November 27, 2012

A New Dawn for Greece? Not So Fast

Jeremy Warner, Daily Telegraph

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Why it is that Greek premiers keep on announcing new dawns when they know that things are about to get even worse is a source of complete mystery to me. Hope springs eternal, I guess.

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