filippos wrote: I think Greece would be better (just) rejecting the creditors' ultimatum as I think it's the less bad option and offers the better chance of recovery over a shorter period. Either way it will be bloody painful.
Kilkis wrote:Strange. One story on ekathimerini won't link:
http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_ar ... 015_551594 Eurogroup meets without Greece after warning
Greece's place in the euro currency bloc looked increasingly shaky on Saturday, when eurozone countries rejected a monthlong extension to its bailout program and the prime minister called for a risky popular vote on the country's financial future.
It reports "Not found The requested page cannot be found, please check its location and try again."
All other pages work. Cock up or Censorship?
Clio wrote:What's at stake, way over and above a rise in ΦΠΑ or a cut pension:
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/manuel- ... 65240.html
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