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Europe The drachma could be coming back. And Greek businesses are worried.

Greeks have long dismissed out of hand the possibility of a 'Grexit.' But with the EU framing Sunday's vote as a referendum on the euro, they've had to confront life without the euro.

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Ninety-five percent of what Kostas Koinis sells in his family’s orthopedics store, on a once bustling corner of central Athens now surrounded by shuttered storefronts, is imported. The beds come from Germany, the crutches from France, the wheelchairs from Denmark.

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