Is Greece’s economic nightmare over? | CNBC Reports

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, March 13, 2019
  • After nearly a decade of protests and three bailout programs, is Greece's economy finally out of the woods? CNBC's Silvia Amaro reports from Athens.

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  • Vaibhav Chitneni

    Vaibhav Chitneni

     yesterday

    Another left wing government may be ousted. Right wing is taking over major countries

  • Quærere

    Quærere

     14 days ago

    They got karma for killing Socrates

  • Living Well

    Living Well

     21 days ago

    Only the heart of sparta will save Greece. Get out of the EU. It's better to be poor and free than to be poor and enslaved!!!

  • jessie livermore

    jessie livermore

     21 days ago

    greece reminds me of that movie where the guy thought he had escaped his nightmare in a dream to find out he was still dreaming and the nightmare never ended...

  • jessie livermore

    jessie livermore

     21 days ago

    hi greece its me again, next economic crisis, welcome home.

  • Paras Bajracharya

    Paras Bajracharya

     28 days ago

    Some of them are paying 85% tax?? That is enormously high.

  • Robert Brandywine

    Robert Brandywine

     1 months ago

    Maybe everybody should just leave Greece. Then let the banks try to get their money back.

  • Jarrod Yuki

    Jarrod Yuki

     1 months ago

    no more military spending or island logistics.

  • Cyber Phantom

    Cyber Phantom

     1 months ago

    Why the media is so obsessed about Greek crisis while other more developed countries have higher debt than Greece and its hard for them to pay

  • Voranart Sirisubsoontorn

    Voranart Sirisubsoontorn

     1 months ago

    To me, it is a choice between number and people. Which higher weight the policies put will have consequences as usual, or not?

  • John Victor

    John Victor

     1 months ago +1

    ALL GREEKS ARE RACIST AND KARMA HITS THEM THAT'S ALL

  • sprng glv

    sprng glv

     2 months ago +1

    when crisis broke out, greece gdp/debt ratio was 180%. now its %194.
    bailouts only delated the inevitable.
    greece is a ticking bomb that more dangerous than ever.

  • Thanos apokapouallou

    Thanos apokapouallou

     2 months ago +2

    99% of the comments are from dam people who haven't a clue about greece's economy. Only came here to write nonsense

  • Kira Lee

    Kira Lee

     2 months ago

    Reporter is so hot!

  • Brian Anderson

    Brian Anderson

     2 months ago +3

    Stripped bare by the Brussels/Berlin

  • James Murphy

    James Murphy

     2 months ago +2

    Since the government can't afford to pay for retirement older people stay working

  • UK Revolution

    UK Revolution

     2 months ago

    Grow a backbone and vote Right Wing for christ sake Greece. Get out of the EU. That'll save you 1.8 billion atleast, then Join the UK after Brexit.

  • 1337 1337

    1337 1337

     2 months ago +1

    I spoke with a young person from greece today and he said the economy is at its looest in a long time!

  • joshua kirugumi

    joshua kirugumi

     3 months ago +3

    Greeks have butchered English. It sounds atrocious.

  • Gery A

    Gery A

     3 months ago +5

    Western Civilization began in Greece they’ve come a long way to fall this low.