November 28, 2012

It's Time to Write Off Some Greek Debt

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With Greece having now done its bit by inflicting severe pain on itself at considerable political risk, and the German election only a matter of months away, a meaningful debt write-off is surely the essential next step.

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TAGGED: Germany, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Eurozone, Europe, Greece

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