I've been to three European countries in three days and have not seen one newspaper headline on Greece, or the debt crisis. In fact, the topic when raised elicits yawns.
The reason becomes clearer if I tell you the countries are Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary. All countries that for various reasons have not yet signed up to the single currency. (And on current news flow are not in a hurry to do so!)
It's not that they aren't mindful of the consequences of a Greek exit from the euro zone. These economies are reliant on exporting into the euro bloc and a debt fear-induced slowdown is already pulling down growth forecasts.
No, they are all too aware of what a debt crisis means: higher taxes, austerity and lower living standards.
They know because to a greater or lesser extent it’s the policy path they have followed since the global financial crisis. And there are still long-running structural economic problems like foreign currency debt exposure.