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Episode 114: Antitrust the process

May 21, 2019

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Greeks in crisis

Greece misses debt repayment deadline

Stephen Beard Jun 30, 2015
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The Greek love of drama was on full display today. As the minutes ticked down to a deadline for the repayment of a massive loan to the International  Monetary Fund, the Greek government sent a startling new message to its creditors: can we have another bailout, please? 

The creditors refused and Greece became the first developed country to fail to repay an IMF loan on schedule. This is not a default — at least not immediately — so Greece is not yet officially bankrupt. But its crisis is intensifying; its banks are shuttered, ATM cash withdrawals are severely restricted, more multi-billion euro debt repayments are looming and agreement between the country and its creditors seems as elusive as ever. 

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