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Risk of poverty in Greece rising to alarming levels
Almost one in three Greeks are living at risk of poverty – well above the European Union average and the highest proportion in the eurozone – according to figures published this week by Eurostat.
Despite the fact Eurostat’s Regional Yearbook uses figures for 2011, the data it provides is particularly worrying for Greek policy makers.
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