Cafes, movie theaters, shops and banks in central Athens were set afire by masked protesters as the Greek parliament passed the widely unpopular austerity bill in order to get a second EU/IMF bailout. The goal is simple. The Greek government is looking to stop the meltdown our their economy and avoid a national bankruptcy.
The question that remains on the minds of financial analysts around the world is very simple. Will this be enough?
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