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Posts by Klaus Kastner
Have inflation "repay" Greek debt and growth reduce indebtedness
The general consensus in some quarters is that official creditors need to forgive a large portion of their loans if Greece is ever going to become financially viable.
Contributor: Klaus Kastner
Categories: Europe (276), Economy (312), Greece (466)