Greeks Decide The Fate Of Their Economy In Crucial Referendum

Greeks Decide The Fate Of Their Economy In Crucial Referendum

By Scott Neuman

The vote is on an international bailout that includes harsh austerity measures. The Athens government is instead pushing for a “no” vote that would give it a mandate to try to negotiate debt relief.

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