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The Greek Financial Crisis May Be Over, but Greece, and the Eurozone, Will Never Be the Same

Like many English words, “crisis” has a Greek origin — the word “krisis,” which in its initial form meant “a decisive moment.”

  • Stratfor

It is an ironic twist of fate that during the past decade the word has become so intimately linked to the country where it first originated.

Mul 1aIn recent years, any discussion about Greece has demanded acknowledgement of the deep financial, economic, political and social crisis that has afflicted the country since the late 2000s.

And that makes Aug. 20 a bittersweet day, as it marks the end of Greece’s third consecutive rescue program since 2010 and, in a…

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