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Greece - broke but not broken

Greece - broke but not broken
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In Athens, closed down shops, soup kitchens and charity clinics have become all too familiar sites – the result of an austerity plan many Greeks say is literally killing them.

But without these cuts, Brussels argues the EU-IMF bailout plan could stop, pushing Greece towards bankruptcy and a eurozone exit.

But could Greece really go back to the Drachma?

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