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How Severe Is Europe's Intertwined Debt Crisis?

  • Aired: 01/24/2011
  • 09:03
  • Rating: E
Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports on the ongoing fallout from Europe's debt crisis, which has led to political woes and bank bailouts.
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