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Rations of Athens

7 Dec 2018 By Swaha Pattanaik

After nearly a decade of bailout-related austerity, the prime minister is promising giveaways ahead of a 2019 vote. There’s a case for spending more. But Italian jitters and the end of the European Central Bank’s bond-buying make this a bad moment to test investors’ patience.

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