While a second bailout for Greece is still the subject of discussion, the future of the eurozone remains murky by the risk of a massive Greek default foretold by credit rating agencies.
Was this article useful? If so we are delighted! It is freely available because we believe that the right to free and independent information is essential for democracy. But this right is not guaranteed forever, and independence comes at a cost. We need your support in order to continue publishing independent, multilingual news for all Europeans. Discover our membership offers and their exclusive benefits and become a member of our community now!