Obama: Greek Crisis Primarily of Concern to Europei
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July 01, 2015 4:14 AM
President Barack Obama says Americans do not have to worry about Greece's financial crisis having a major impact on world markets. Obama addressed the Greek debt at a joint news conference with visiting Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff. He expressed confidence that European leaders and the Greek government will find a way to keep the country in the 19-nation common currency zone. Zlatica Hoke reports.

Obama: Greek Crisis Primarily of Concern to Europe

Published July 01, 2015

President Barack Obama says Americans do not have to worry about Greece's financial crisis having a major impact on world markets. Obama addressed the Greek debt at a joint news conference with visiting Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff. He expressed confidence that European leaders and the Greek government will find a way to keep the country in the 19-nation common currency zone. Zlatica Hoke reports.


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