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Troubled Greece: fears of 'first domino' to fall as austerity is counted a…

by Larry Elliott
Greek's leftist party Syriza says recovery depends on a renegotiated bail-out and access to European structural funds
Kt Martini
Kt Martini • 2 years ago

Soup kitchen in Athens, April 2012 Greece is broke and close to being broken. It is a country where children are fainting in school because they are hungry, where 20,000 Athenians are scavenging through waste tips for food, and where the lifeblood of a modern economy – credit – is fast drying up.

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