The Troika has reportedly warned Greece that it has three days to show it can meet its bailout...

The Troika has reportedly warned Greece that it has three days to show it can meet its bailout conditions in order to receive the next €8.1B of its rescue loans. The Troika could refuse to transfer the full amount, or break it up into three monthly payments. There is much dissatisfaction with Greece over its reform efforts, while its attempts to privatize state assets have hit difficulties.

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  • User 353732
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    The Troika blusters; the Greek Regime pretends to comply: more bad money flows into more bad Government.
    The cycle of deception and financial fraud will continue until the Geek Regime inevitably defaults(again), abandons the Euro; blames Germany and smugly waits to be expelled from the EU
    2 Jul 2013, 05:20 AM Reply Like
  • davidchulak
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    Really....that's the big story? We will continue to bail you out, but instead of one big check, we will give you three checks for the same amount over the next three days. That should teach them something...what, I have no idea.
    2 Jul 2013, 05:51 AM Reply Like
  • volosgirl
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    Spending my summer here in Greece now and coming to Greece for the past 38 years I've seen no change.The Greeks will never change not now nor the future. IMO they are the best at being con artists. When the tax people(DOE) come around to the islands every body whistles and gives receipts when they disappear it's back to the old ways. The light at the end of the tunnel is the drachma. Everybody knows it. Get it over with.
    2 Jul 2013, 06:17 AM Reply Like
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