Published May 25, 2012
Central banks and companies would be making a grave error if they are not preparing for Greece to leave the euro zone, Belgium's deputy prime minister, Didier Reyners, said on Friday.
Speaking to the European American Press Club in Paris, Reynders said:
"There is no organized discussion at the European level along the lines of: what do we do (if Greece leaves). Now, if central banks and companies are not preparing for the scenario, that would be a grave professional error."