April 14 (Reuters) - One hundred years is a long time to be a lender to Mexico, as those who remember the 1980s, a decade during which it was mostly in default, will tell you.
One hundred years is arguably an even longer time to hold euros, a flawed single currency with a short history and a non-minimal chance of a changing lineup, not in decades but potentially, considering Greece, in a matter of months.
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