Zoellick: Eurozone's Fate Immediately at Stake; U.S....
Clip: 09/19/2011 | 9m 2s
Markets on Monday continued to show anxiety over the European debt crisis as Greece held an emergency conference with creditors, trying to calm fears of default. Speaking with Judy Woodruff, World Bank President Robert Zoellick urged eurozone nations to make some hard decisions and the U.S. to slow the growth of entitlements.
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