Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Xinhua | Greeks to lose 55 pct income if country exits euro

ATHENS, May 29 (Xinhua) -- "Greek citizens are expected to lose some 55 percent of their current income per capita and recession could surpass 22 percent, if Greece leaves the euro zone, according to a survey of the National Bank of Greece (NBG) released on Tuesday in Athens."


See more: Greeks to lose 55 pct income if country exits euro: bank survey - Xinhua |

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Ira Morse said...

The picture shows what will happen to Greece's economy when they depart from Euro Zone.

By: exchange rates comparison

Rightardia said...

Getting out of the Euro zone will make things worse for the Greeks.

Spain appears to be going through the same throes.