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In clearest statement yet, Tsipras says he'd keep euro
SYRIZA leader Alexis Tsipras has attempted to clear up any doubts – at least outside of the country – about whether he favours Greece remaining in the euro.
Speaking at the University of Texas on Monday, the leftist politician made it clear that he believes it would be more damaging for Greece to leave the single currency than to remain in the euro.
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