GREECE’S troubled economy remains crippled with its citizens paying the price – one year on from the financial meltdown which pushed the eurozone to the brink.
Austerity measures slapped on the country by Brussels in return for a third bailout have meant stringent tax rises and harsh spending cuts.
Yet there is little sign that a recovery is in sight and many feel another disaster is looming.
Unemployment is close to 24 per cent. Continue reading