No Euro, No Cry: Swedish krona vs cash chaos

Greece is edging closer to its second bailout, despite Eurozone leaders demanding greater supervision of Athens' finances. Greek officials have already signed off on the creditors' earlier conditions which include major budget and jobs cuts. The move saw violent protests on the streets of Athens. But some at the top in Europe doubt the drastic measures can be implemented. If Greece doesn't get the 130-billion Euro rescue package it will go bust in March, when its next debt payments are due. Looking at Greece's downward spiral, some EU countries are glad they have decided to stay away from the Euro, as RT's Tom Barton reports. RT on Twitter RT on Facebook

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