Greece emerges from eurozone bailout

For over eight years, Athens has balanced budget and raised tax revenues to pay off its huge debt, but the economy is still far from stable.

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    On Monday, Greece will emerge from eight years of financial dependence on its eurozone partners.

    The country will now have to borrow exclusively from markets.

    The government has balanced its budget and raised tax revenues to pay off its huge debt.

    But the economy is far from stable.

    Al Jazeera's John Psaropoulos reports from Athens.


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