"We expect political risk â¿¿ social unrest and the instability of the fragile three-party government coalition â¿¿ to remain a major focal point in Greece this year."The country, of nearly 11 million people, is stuck in a five-year recession. Greece now has the highest unemployment rate in the 17-strong group of European Union countries that use the euro, with 27 percent out of work â¿¿ 60 percent of those aged under 24. The government-funded research institute KEPE has forecast that unemployment will hit 30 percent this year.
Greece's Weakened Workforce Starts To Crack
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