Only ending austerity will help Greece
The country has done enough and suffered enough: Europe must now help its economy to grow
The media has exhausted every possible Greek cliché and trope, and now spills into Roman ones as the crisis rumbles on.
We’re told, for example, that the Greek government is crossing the Rubicon when it announces that, for it, the bailout is over. The president of the Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem, held talks with the newly-elected Greek government last week, to discuss Greece's approach to its creditors.
I think the Greek negotiating position...
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