Unwavering creditors of Greece must see they are playing with fire

A GREEK exit from the euro currency looms like a tragedy, and yet views of the threat as harmless comedy have dangerously percolated through the market.

Six years after Greece suffered its first credit ratings cut, the Mediterranean country is once again hurtling towards another deadline to repay its massive debts - this time by the end of June. Unless a deal is reached in the coming days between Greece and its creditors - most of whom are other governments - the country could well be forced out of...


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