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Another Country in Europe to Avoid

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Mon, 12 Mar 2012

While Greece is now cleared to receive a second bailout and Spain and Italy are facing lower borrowing costs, Europe is not yet out of the woods . Greece, for instance, still has unsustainably high debt levels, and Portugal’s rising yields are becoming increasingly worrisome . Given these lingering

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