Greeces lenders and eurozone partners disappointed Athens once again last night. Despite Alexis Tsipras securing reforms that have made him less popular than Donald Trump, his country has been left to deal with the financial and social costs.
Yesterday, The Brief brought you the eurozones great success story, Portugal. Today, its time to look at Greeces continuing woes.
Greece needs to repay 7.5bn in loans by July. To get that money, Athens needed to implement serious reforms. On 18 May, the Greek parliament duly backed a bill that meets the demands of its creditors.
The EU institutions and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) all praised that progress but at last nights Eurogroup meeting they still couldnt come to a decision on debt relie…
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