Social support in Greece not adequate enough to deal with crisis, says OECD

Society Tags: OECD
Photo by Harry van Versendaal
Photo by Harry van Versendaal

A recent OECD study examining the aftermath of the crisis has highlighted the social difficulties that have been created but also points the inequalities that were created by a poor welfare system before the country’s economic problems began.

The paper highlights five key areas that require the attention of Greece and its lenders:

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