Greece no longer the “sick man of Europe,” emerging almost unscathed from COVID-19

Aug 27, 2020
In spite of a recent upsurge in cases of COVID-19, heavily indebted Greece has handled the pandemic more effectively than many of its European partners.
People enjoy a sunset on the Areopagus hill overlooking the ancient Acropolis in Athens in May.
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IMF cuts Italy's growth forecasts

Jul 13, 2016
The eurozone's third-largest economy faces deep debt problems.
A view of the center of Naples, Italy.