Debt crisis makes Greeks anxious

People from almost all sections of Greek society now feel very worried about their financial future.

    Greek and European politicians and bankers are involved in a complex discussion over how to reduce debt.

    It is not clear if they will be successful. But once more, this process has only increased the levels of anxiety in Greece.

    People from almost all sections of Greek society now feel very worried about their financial future

    Barnaby Phillips reports from Athens.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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