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Rehn: Worst over for euro crisis

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BANGKOK - The worst is over for the euro debt crisis, the Vice President of the European Commission, Olli Rehn, said on Monday. 

Mr Rehn, also the commissioner for economic and monetary affairs and the euro, told the Bangkok Post that the various measures taken over the past several months had helped arrest the crisis. 

"There is no likelihood of any country leaving the eurozone," he said on the sidelines of the Asia-Europe Finance Ministers' Meeting in Bangkok. 

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