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Old 19.02.2019, 15:57
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Re: Oexit - Austria's withdrawal from the EU

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and the German enclave of Büsingen.
And the Italian enclave of Campione (where the Italian Carabinieri and police drive around with Swiss plates).

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Ok, call it BS but then at least provide come up with something that could work.
Now that's tricky. Let me think.




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How about the status quo?




Btw leaving the Euro would have exactly zero effect on the Greece debt.

When the EZB bought the 180bln Greece debt off the private banks, half was written off and the remainder re-nominated to Euro and re-issued under EU law. Same applies to later payouts. Leaving the Euro or the EU would have zero effect there. It's the same reason why Argentina potentially owed the full nominal value of its old debt that they settled on a few years back: It had been issued under US law thus unaffected by any kind of changes in Argentinian law.
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Old 19.02.2019, 21:18
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Ok, call it BS but then at least provide come up with something that could work.
Educate yourself. Based on your posting history of misinformation I have no intention of bothering.
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Re: Oexit - Austria's withdrawal from the EU

Surely Italian crockery is perfectly adequate

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Re: Oexit - Austria's withdrawal from the EU

As we’re talking police, do you mean crookery
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