Europe Rescues Greece Again

Investor's Business Daily
July 2015
Investors Business Daily;7/14/2015, pA01
2 The terms PM Alexis Tsipras agreed to in the wee hours Mon. morning were more severe than what Greek voters renounced July 5, but may be approved by Parliament and signed into law by Wed. In return, the country will get a 3rd bailout and stay in the eurozone, but with a deeply scarred banking system and weak


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