The IMF is likely to offer minimal funds for Greece's second bailout, say officials, reflecting...


The IMF is likely to offer minimal funds for Greece's second bailout, say officials, reflecting fears among the fund's membership that it's becoming overexposed to the eurozone. That decision would leave the eurozone with a much larger bill. (see also)
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  • youngman442002
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    As it should....maybe sense is coming back to the Bankers....NOT
    20 Feb 2012, 06:45 AM Reply Like
  • apberusdisvet
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    The recent revelations that Iceland is now back on solid GDP footing after giving the bankers a big middle finger and (horrors) pursuing criminal indictments, should be a lesson for the PIIGS. Unfortunately, the actual citizens of these countries will never be allowed to vote on default because the non-elected fascist bankers in charge won't allow it.
    20 Feb 2012, 08:28 AM Reply Like
  • WMARKW
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    I wish they would stop using the term "bailout". Whatever happens finally will not "bailout" anything. It will only continue the pain in a less mortal dose. The Greek patient is on life support. If we think there will be resuscitation, I believe we are mistaken.
    20 Feb 2012, 10:08 AM Reply Like
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