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In the news this week
The world is once again holding its breath over the eurozone crisis. At a meeting in Brussels on Tuesday, Greece’s lenders failed to let the country access the next tranche of loans it desperately needs to continue to repay its creditors. The same day, Moody’s Investor Services became the second credit rating agency to strip France of its AAA rank, citing concerns about the country’s high public spending and low competitiveness.
How did the crisis come to be? How much worse could it get? And what does it mean for Canada?
Here's a short, illustrated guide…
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