SouthViews No. 119, 5 July 2015
Past Mistakes and Current Joint Responsibilities: the Greek debt crisis
By Yuefen Li
With the Greek debt crisis raging on, another round of blame exercise has started. It is not really unhealthy to do so, as with it comes the responsibilities for fixing the crisis. Looking back over the years since Greece joined the euro zone in 2001, it would be correct to say that the Troika -the European Central Bank (ECB), the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the European Commission (EC) – as well as the Greek government all have had their share of misjudgments, illusions, technical errors and political prejudices, though some parties more than the others.
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This article was tagged: Debt Crisis, Economic Crisis, European Central Bank (ECB), European Commission (EC), Global Economic Issues, Global Economy, Greece, International Monetary Fund (IMF)