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German identity - cemented in the euro

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German identity - cemented in the euro
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As Europe's sovereign debt crisis continues to simmer, Germans are wondering if they can afford to save the euro – or not to. NPR's Berlin correspondent Eric Westervelt reports.

When the euro was rolled out over a decade ago, it was touted as a unifying force across European cultures. But lately, Germans have begun to wonder what it will cost to keep the single currency area together and what it means to their identity.

The Local is proud to partner with National Public Radio's Berlin station FM104.1 to bring you this audio report.

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