Recovery has taken hold in Greece — a remarkable achievement for a country that has lived through a worse slump than the US experienced during the Great Depression of the 1930s. Now the big question for investors is whether Greece can deliver sustained growth to pay down external debt and create employment, thereby reducing the appeal of political extremists and reversing the country’s destabilising brain drain. Philip Moore reports.
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