Star Tribune quotes Global Business and Economics Program Director Andrea Montanino on the attempt to find alternatives to a Greek exit from the Eurozone:

“No one wants to risk a default on Greece, because it would be too difficult to manage,” Andrea Montanino, director of the Global Business and Economics Program at the Atlantic Council, told an editorial writer. Montanino, formerly an executive director at the International Monetary Fund representing Greece and five other European nations, added, “No one wants to show that Europe is not able to deal with its problems and not able to stay united.”

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