Beschreibung des Verlags
The Financial Times, the global business newspaper, has led the field with its coverage of the eurozone crisis and Greece's political and financial chaos. As the chances of a Greek exit from the eurozone grow, the FT's specialist correspondents and authoritative columnists dissect the potentially devastating consequences for businesses and governments across Europe. Could a 'Grexit' spell the unravelling of the European Union? Should the world economy take cover? What would the impact be on Greece itself?
Based on a series of articles published online and in print in May 2012, this highly topical, clear and concise book includes a foreword by Lionel Barber, the FT's editor, an updated introduction to possible scenarios in the months ahead and a new chapter on the options for Germany. Contributors include award-winning commentators Martin Wolf, Wolfgang Münchau and Gillian Tett, foreign correspondents Peter Spiegel and Quentin Peel, economics editor Chris Giles and banking editor Patrick Jenkins.