REUTERS/Yorgos Karahalis A lot of this centers on whether Greek fiscal profligacy or poor credit controls by foreign banks was the main cause of the Greek debt crisis. Let me throw my hat into this ring with a few comments. What I write below ... Business Insider, 3 days ago
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