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Road to a Grecian turn?

Road to a Grecian turn?

Old Jun 11th 2017, 9:12 am
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Originally Posted by HKG3 View Post
Things are not going well for Greece -

https://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2017...sion.html?_r=0

There is still no news on the next set of new loans for Greece - the Greeks need these new loans to pay off their old debts in July.
they'll be another Euro fudge
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Old Feb 9th 2018, 9:31 am
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Greece has gone 80-90 percent of the way to becoming 'normal' EU country, says Moscovici - Το Βήμα Online

well it looks like the Troika has forced the Greek Government to do enough to allow the financial situation to stabilise.

It will be interesting to see when Greece exits the bail put and what the Government does once they aren't subject to Troika supervision.

Wonder whether they'll embark on a borrow and spending spree or contine on the path of fiscal responsibility?

Shows Tipsy did the right thing firing Varoufakis.

A rare success four austerity measures?
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