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The Euro Zone crisis involves a wide range of situations in which economies, financial institutions and assets have lost a substantial portion of their value. The economic impact of the crisis has propelled economies to devise more aggressive strategies to face the crisis as discussed in the context of this review which adds to the body of knowledge available for economists to face future crises.
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