3 Depressing Facts About Greece's 'Reform' Measures

The New York Times reports on a subject that readers will by now be quite familiar with: The Greek reform/austerity scheme is going very badly for all sorts of reasons.

The report does have some eye-popping facts about how much progress the country is making towards achieving its goals. The answer: Hardly any at all.

Reuters’ Peter Rudegeair sent out the following three tweets from the article yesterday.

Read ’em and weep.


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