Greece: Tough Economy, Great Wine

June 11, 2015
Lisa Travnik

The news out of Greece this week has been anything but celebratory. As of this writing, Greek government officials were engaged in a series of tense negotiations with the European Commission and the InternationalMonetary Fund (IMF ) over the terms of its €245 billion international bailout. Without an agreement and access to those funds, Greece will likely default on debt repayments to the IMF later this month.  Read more in the Forbes.

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