Austerity moves rile Greeks

Workers frustrated over tough measures being taken to reduce country's huge debt.

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    Financial problems continue to pile up for the Greek government with the latest being the cost of their borrowing rising above eight per cent.

    The government has enforced some austerity measures to satisfy the bankers and the International Monetary Fund, but workers don't like the tough measures being taken to reduce the country's huge debt.

    Barnaby Phillips has this report.

    SOURCE: Aljazeera


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