Tony Barbe and Daniel Dombey
Financial Times 
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
International companies are preparing contingency plans for a possible break-up of the eurozone , according to interviews with dozens of multinational executives.
Concerned that Europe’s political leaders are failing to control the spreading sovereign debt crisis, business executives say they feel compelled to protect their companies against a crash that can no longer be wished away.
When German chancellor Angela Merkel and French president Nicolas Sarkozy raised the prospect of a Greek exit from the eurozone earlier this month , it marked the first time that senior European officials had dared to question the permanence of their 13-year-old experiment with monetary union.
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