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"Greek voters spell out their disapproval of austerity".
208 All committed IMF amounts were made available to the Greek government for financing its continued operation of public budget deficits and to refinance maturing public debt held by private creditors and IMF.The city corporation will be split into two corporations, North and South.79 The shift in liabilities from European banks to European taxpayers has been staggering.It also hoped that banks would use some of the money to buy government bonds, effectively easing the debt crisis."Repeat with us: Spain is not Greece".
"Long-term interest rate statistics for EU Member States".
Paul Krugman and Richard Layard.




216 The programme was approved to be negotiated on, 217 and approved in full detail by the publication of an ESM facility agreement on 218 219 IMF's transfer of the "remainder of its frozen III programme" and their new commitment also to contribute with."Merkel makes Euro Indispensable Turning Crisis into Opportunity".2, the, european debt crisis (often also referred to as the eurozone crisis or the, european sovereign debt crisis ) is a multi-year debt crisis that has been taking place in the, european Union since the end of 2009.Retrieved "Greece must deny to pay an odious debt".Also pledged was 35 billion in "credit enhancement" to mitigate losses likely to be suffered by European banks.Archived from the original on 26 February 2013.The latter allowed Greece to retire about half of the 62 billion in debt that Athens owes private creditors, thereby shaving roughly 20 billion off that debt.
"Griechenland: "Mittelstand vom Verschwinden bedroht".
508 According to US author Ross Douthat "This would effectively turn the European Union into a kind of postmodern version of the old Austro-Hungarian Empire, with a Germanic elite presiding uneasily over a polyglot imperium and its restive local populations".