The Ledra Street VigilantesBy
In the face of such a bleak future, young people and pensioners are likely to revolt and force a disorderly default akin to the one that happened in Argentina in 2002. In short, the choices are a big, well-managed writedown now, or a disorderly writedown next year.
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