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Uprisings and Protests in Europe: Part I

September 27, 2012

Jacob Funk Kirkegaard says the protests in Greece may help the government in Athens in its negotiations with creditors but are unlikely to disrupt Greece's drive toward austerity and reform. Tomorrow: Spain and Portugal.





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