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Greece will stay in the euro - but must show it feels a part of it

Getting there, however, will be a rocky road, not helped by the lack of clarity on what Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras really wants.
Friday, July 10, 2015 - 05:50

An EU flag flutters near the ancient temple of Parthenon atop the Acropolis in Athens. From the eurozone perspective, Mr Tsipras has yet to convey convincingly that he feels committed to Europe.

THE conclusion first! Greece will stay in the euro. Agreement with the creditors will be reached and it is not difficult to see how it will look.

The challenge lies in tracing the route there. It will probably be a bumpy ride, messy-flavoured with mutual accusations, disagreement among

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