Germany may not be able to save the euro, says Merkel

Quote of the day: 'Don't overestimate Germany's ability to save the euro,' warns German Chancellor Angela Merkel as Spain's borrowing costs soar to a euro era high. As Greece edges ever closer to the abyss, with Spain not far behind, Merkel is starting to really feel the heat. 'It's a fact, all eyes are on Germany because we are the biggest European economy and a major exporter,' she says.

by Rebecca Burn-Callander
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013

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