Greece's Financial Woes Are Far From Over
There were glimmers of hope in Athens in late September as international lenders arrived for a new round of talks on Greece’s debt crisis. The government said it would post a small budget surplus this year, with the economy set to contract a less-than-expected 3.8 percent. Tourism is up, Greeks are depositing money in banks again, and a poll released on Sept. 25 showed support for the governing coalition holding steady.
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