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The Report - Age of Austerity: What next for Greece?

Two weeks ago Greece’s Prime Minister officially declared an end to austerity. The country had just left the biggest financial bailout programme in history. Greece narrowly avoided bankruptcy by taking out a series of loans totalling approximately 250 billion pounds.

But eight years on, what effect has this had on the country, especially on its young people? What lies ahead for those who used their life savings to weather the financial storm? Has austerity really come to an end as Greece begins to repay a series of loans some commentators say are impossible to pay back?


Professor Trevor Williams

Former Chief Economist at Lloyd’s Bank

David Madden

Market Analyst, CMC Markets

Wed, 5 Sep 2018 11:00 pm

30 mins

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