Will Greece Elect Pro-Bailout Government?

May 2012
Moderate Voice;5/18/2012, p12
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The article discusses the political condition in Greece, raising a question if the people will elect pro-bailout government. A survey depicts that the two traditional political parties in the country will get enough votes to establish a new government. The banking industry in Greece is also discussed.


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