May 14th, 2012
04:32 PM ET

Outer Circle: Turmoil in Greece

On Erin Burnett OutFront, tonight's Outer Circle, where we reach out to sources from around the world.

Talks to form a government coalition failed again, leaving the state of Greece's government, and economy, in chaos. New elections could take place in June, but with no government to manage the economy and pay Greece's debts, there is a real possibility of Greece leaving the Eurozone.

Matthew Chance is in Athens and we asked him what the consequences would be for Greece, and for the rest of Europe, if it leaves the Euro behind?

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  1. tom

    I like the idea of buying Greek and vacationing in Greece! It will help Greece and the world economy. Many hotels have fantastic offers that you wouldn't normally find. Plus olive oil is healthy and another great way to help the global economy. I think everyone should push to make this situation better and to push Greek products everywhere!
    Does anyone remember the hotel Erin was talking about in Santorini? They offered 50% off and a free massage with breakfast. I didn't remember the name but I want to go this year!
    I also like Parys Villas on the island of Zakynthos (Zante on the Ionian Sea) but this year I want to visit Santorini.

    May 17, 2012 at 10:23 am | Reply

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