Look At What The German Media Is Saying About Greece

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German newspaper Bild, Europe’s biggest and the six highest selling in the world, ran with Greek corruption as their web headline today.The paper, known for being avowedly populist, is citing a Transparency International report detailing Greek citizen’s bribery issues, noting their 1,355 Euros ($1833) per year in bribery expenses.

Bild even noted that 13.4% of people who replied to the corruption survey in Greece asked for a bribe to do so.

The people’s paper has spoken.

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