Greece's new finance minister lines up for a marathon (and several short sprints)

PoliticsGreek Politics

The naming of economist Gikas Hardouvelis as Greece’s new finance minister took most observers by surprise but the big challenges awaiting him are no secret.

Hardouvelis’s appointment caught many off guard because his name was not among more than half a dozen that had been linked with the post over the past few days. His background, though, matches that of the outgoing Yannis Stournaras and it is not so surp...

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