Wealth inequality in Greece has grown at faster rate than eurozone peers during crisis

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The economic crisis has increased wealth inequality in Greece at a much faster pace than in other eurozone countries, according to a recent report by Credit Suisse.

According to the Global Wealth Report published earlier this month, Greece ranks as having “medium inequality,” which means that the share of total wealth in the hands of the top decile (tenth) lies between 50 and 60 percent. The other eurozone countrie...

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