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european leaders and their finance ministers are meeting in brussels today they're hoping to hear proposals from greece about how it hopes it can meet their towns to borrow more money and stay in the euro zone , if he doesn't and if greece and its creditors can find common ground soon than there is a real risk decrease could , he headed out of the , i'm alastair macdonald releases bureau chief in brussels , there have been considerations as to how they might go to wards , using something other than the euro for an undefined , and whether it means that it sir , can remain in the club but then use another currency is also one of the possibilities that people often in talking about whenever there's been a discussion of greece issuing some kind of temporary are you use %HESITATION bills that would allow it to , to pay their taxes in euros they would not be willing to do anything with their uris if they could hang on to them , save them and so the tendency would be for this new currency this parallel currency if it began to circulate to drive out euros dried them on the mattresses and voters in countries where economic hardship is it's not quite as bad as increase difficult that would be more calls people to leave their increasingly frustration builds up with the greek government sir line that it will refuse