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Greek myths and reality (part 2)

Belt-tightening has been approved but the numbers don’t add up: even if Greece goes through with the privatisations it has promised, it will still be swimming in debt. François Picard’s panel discuss whether Greeks can come up with answers on their own, inside or out of the eurozone.

  • Efthymios ARAVANTINOS. Press counselor, Greek Embassy in Paris.
  • Ali FATEMI. Professor and Chairman Department of Finance, American Graduate School of Economics in Paris.
  • Yanis VAROUFAKIS. Professor of Economic Theory, Athens University (from Athens).
  • Bernardo BARTOLOTTI. Professor of Economics at the University of Turin and founder of the Privatization Barometer (from Turin, Italy).

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2014-09-18 UK

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2014-09-18 French politics

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2014-09-17 referendum

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2014-09-17 Scottish independence

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It's too close to call. On Thursday, Scotland decides whether or not to sever ties with London, ties that date back over 300 years. Momentum has swung both ways in the final week...

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2014-09-16 Valérie Trierweiler

Hollande on his own? Socialist backbenchers abstain on confidence vote (part 2)

Latest opinion polls show François Hollande has hit rock bottom and started to dig. As a Socialist who ran as an enemy of finance, he was always going to antagonise the right....

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