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Whether Germany (or any other country for that matter) wants to exit or not, it is not easy from an economic perspective. One thing that must be remember is that there are economic costs for exit, and I do not mean simply the appearance of exchange rate. Printing and circulating money, adjusting rules and regulation, reaction of investors among other things would hit hard both the country's in view and the EU's economies. An exit would put some serious pressure even on an economic behemoth such as Germany. In many cases, bailing out a country is cheaper than allowing it to exit.

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