Watch for Possible Important Developments in Greece This Week

By: Ian Campbell | Tue, Oct 9, 2012
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You might want to read an article published Friday that reported:

Three comments:

Also see Greek austerity talks to continue, progress seen. Note that any compromise made now on the original terms of the Greek bailout (made many months ago) may:

Could it be that Greek negotiations are the (or an important) reason Spain continues to postpone bailout requests?

You might also want to read Mrs. Merkel goes to Athens. Why? This Greek newspaper article published yesterday strikes me as being a particularly well balanced one that discusses some of the underlying political issues and perceived risks related to Ms. Merkel's visit today.

Topical References: Greek crisis is 'like the Weimar Republic', from The Telegraph, Louise Armitstead, October 5, 2012 - reading time 3 minutes. Also:



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