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Socratic method

2 Mar 2011 By Neil Unmack

The Portuguese government claims investors’ takeup of its offers to buy back shortterm debt is a sign of confidence. That’s only partially true. Investors aren’t rushing to sell, but they won’t lend to the country at affordable rates either. A bailout still looks inevitable.

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