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Stock taking: Where is the Greek economy now?

The summer month of August is a good moment to sit back and reflect on the broader underlying events in our daily lives.[1] This also holds true for thinking about the macroeconomy of Greece. We can ponder and look at developments from a certain vantage point to ascertain what developments are probably transient and passing, and which ones are more durable and structural.

Contributor: Bob Traa & Jens Bastian

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Categories: Politics (373), Economy (316), Greece (477)

Photo by Panayiotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Fighting fake news is a "to be or not to be" battle

The fight against fake news and misinformation is much harder than all internationally undertaken and locally implemented or created measures and activities. It is a complex process in which neither media, institutions or civil society organizations, let alone individuals, can fight on their own, and the consequences can be much more terrible than they are now.

Contributor: Teofil Blazevski

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