Repercussions of Europe v. Greece

July 2015
Moderate Voice;7/17/15, p7
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The article discusses the rejection of offering 50 billion Euros to Greece by Europe. It informs about financial crises being faced by Greece. It also mentions support demanded by Greece from the European Commission, the European Central Bank, and the International Monetary Fund to avoid its exit from Euro zone.


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