December 4, 2012

Why Germany Should Support Greece

John Sfakianakis , Bloomberg

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Germany’s Chancellor Angela Merkel has at last opened the door to the possibility of writing off Greek debts, but only several years from now. As they decide on the right thing to do, Germans should take a close look at their own history.

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