January 4, 2014

Can Greece Repair Its Reputation?

Colin Freeman, Daily Telegraph

The Associated Press

Brussels bureaucrats are not known for their humorous side, nor indeed are German politicians or Eurozone finance chiefs. But anyone wandering through Syntagma Square in Athens these days could be forgiven for thinking that someone in the EU hierarchy clearly has a sense of mischief.

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