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The genius of Grexit

Tuesday, 17 February, 2015

The word “Grexit” combines Greek’ and ‘exit’ and it refers to the possibility of Greece leaving the eurozone. The term was coined by Citi economists Willem Buiter and Ebrahim Rahbari in a February 2012 note and it has spread rapidly since then. One sign of its genius is that it no longer needs translating.

German: Grexit-Wahrscheinlichkeit steigt auf 50 Prozent

Italian: Grexit, l’Italia rischia 61,2 miliardi

Spanish: Ni Grexit ni Grecovery

Dutch: ‘Grexit is niet te vermijden’

French: La fantasme du “Grexit”

Estonian: Repliik: Geuro ja euro või grexit

Portuguese: Grexit: como seria a saída da Grécia do euro

Swedish: Grexit dåligt alternativ för EU:s skattebetalare


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