Country exposure to Greek debt

09-Nov-2011

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by Prieur du Plessis,

“Greek drama is now no longer confined to the literature class,” says economist Asha Bangalore of The Northern Trust  Company. “The current Greek economic drama will be enshrined in economic history books and economic/financial policy studies.

“As the crisis has unfolded, it has frequently been challenging to find a succinct representation of the exposure to Greek debt. Thanks to the folks at the BBC, here is that picture.”

Source: BBC

Source: Asha Bangalore, Northern Trust – Daily Economic Commentary, November 3, 2011.

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