Greece Opens For Business

Investor's Business Daily
July 2015
Investors Business Daily;7/21/2015, pA01
6 Banks reopened with capital controls still in place as Greeks were reminded that banks needed deposits, not just withdrawals. Hefty tax increases took hold. The gov't repaid the ECB on time and made up the skipped IMF payment from June. A growing chorus for long-term debt relief must be examined, said German Chancellor Angela Merkel.


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