Was Greece ready for the euro?
in The European debt crisis
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The chapter reviews the conditions under which Greece entered the Eurozone in 2001. It discusses the controversies surrounding the manipulation of Greek statistics and sets the scene within which the Greek debt crisis unfolded

The European debt crisis

The Greek case


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