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The first rumors that Greece may leave the Eurozone arose in 2010, when the country asked the EU and IMF for a bailout in a bid to avoid default. Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos on Monday said abandoning the euro and returning to the drachma was "really not an option," for the country. In an interview with CNBC, Papademos also said he was confident the country would avoid a default in March.

The first rumors that Greece may leave the Eurozone arose in 2010, when the country asked the EU and IMF for a bailout in a bid to avoid default. Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos on Monday said abandoning the euro and returning to the drachma was "really not an option," for the country. In an interview with CNBC, Papademos also said he was confident the country would avoid a default in March.

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