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.