Capital Economics' managing director Roger Bootle gives his views on how markets and European countries would respond to a Greek exit from the eurozone and the impact on other struggling peripheral nations.
Speaking to Investment Week editor Katrina Lloyd at our Investment Company Forum, he also discusses why Germany would be better off leaving the eurozone and why a break-up of the monetary union may have...
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