Greek Debt Writedown: Too Little, Too Late?
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Act II. At full tilt: Where imbalances matter most
A gathering storm: The strain between Europe’s centre and periphery
How can Europe’s troubled countries (Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Spain) find their way to a sound financial footing?
What are the consequences of large creditor losses or a sovereign default within the euro?
Is a two-speed Europe politically sustainable?
Kemal Derviş, Vice-President and Director, Brookings Institution
Moderator: Zanny Minton Beddoes, Economics Editor, The Economist