October 24, 2012

Greek Debt Must Be Wiped Clean

Stephen Grenville, The Interpreter

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Financial markets are beginning to feel a little more relaxed about the future of the euro, but there is a critical missing element in the current policy discussion. With attention focused on Spain's larger-scale problems, it would be easy to forget that Greece is still on an unsustainable path, with no solution in sight.

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