Just Let Greece Go Bankrupt

Investor's Business Daily
June 2015
Investors Business Daily;6/30/2015, pA12
The article offers information to suggest the declaration of bankruptcy for Greece as a reform to restructure the government. Topics discussed include the bailout option which increases the interest payments, the increasing unemployment rate, and the increase of government spending which raises the gross domestic product (GDP) share.


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