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Greek Economy Looks to Perform Worse Than Expected Amid ...

Greek Economy Looks to Perform Worse Than Expected Amid ... | Greece's Economy | Scoop.it
It looks like Greece is going to have a worse year than initially thought. Lenders had predicted back in March that the Greek economy would shrink by.
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Max Keiser: latest on Greek economic crisis

In this edition of the show Max interviews Yanis Varoufakis from yanisvaroufakis.eu. He talks about the latest developments on Greek economic crisis and the ...
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"Unfortunate economic tailspin" of the Greek economy - Max Keiser

"Unfortunate economic tailspin" of the Greek economy - Max Keiser | Greece's Economy | Scoop.it
One Response to “Unfortunate economic tailspin” of the Greek economy. snoop diddy | March 3, 2013 at 12:00 am |. just like a submarine emerges from the deep and then as it goes down they call it emerging.
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Will End The Greek Recession In 2014?

The Greek Prime Minister has said he was confident his country would return to growth in 2014 after a six-year recession, and pledged to push for an easing o...
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Tourism saves Greek economy / The TOC In English

Tourism saves Greek economy / The TOC In English | Greece's Economy | Scoop.it
The Bank of Greece released figures for 2013 showing a 15.5% increase in tourism last year. This spike meant a 14.9% income increase from the year before.
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After Crisis, Greeks Work to Promote 'Social' Economy - New York Times

After Crisis, Greeks Work to Promote 'Social' Economy - New York Times | Greece's Economy | Scoop.it
After Crisis, Greeks Work to Promote 'Social' Economy
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Fourteen months later, he credits the group with saving his enterprise from a Greek economic meltdown that rivals the Great Depression.
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