Orderly or not, exit from the Euro cannot be painless and could easily create fresh problems, both predictable and unpredictable (including the threat to social stability), while not solving those that Greece already has. Nevertheless, a well-managed exit that provided the government with additional time to implement the reforms that are necessary for long-term success, plus a substantial devaluation to restore competitiveness and some easing of the debt burden, could leave Greece in a stronger position in the medium term, albeit after a painful first year of adjustment and provided that a euro exit is not used to delay or reverse economic reforms. (σελ. 34).
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