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European Debt Crisis Spreads beyond Greece

by Guest23335120  |  8 years, 8 month(s) ago

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I was wondering about the effects of the debt crisis in Europe. I am looking for an insight to this debt crisis and would really appreciate if someone helps me in understanding it. So can someone tell me whether the European Debt crisis will spread beyond Greece?

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  1. Guest23335263

    Well if you are living anywhere in Europe you would have been already experiencing the effects of the Debt crisis. When Greece got hit the common man in other European countries thought it will not have an impact on them or it will not come to their country. Well they were wrong, because it started with Greece and by now it has spread to Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, United Kingdom, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia. So it has spread and it will have impact on everyone in its region.
    As Portugal becomes the newest European nation to get a bailout from the EU (European Union), at least steps are being taken to tame this beast before the financial think tanks of the region can come up with a complete and long-term solution to kill this debt crisis and kill it for good.
    Governments are working to reverse the effects of the crisis or at least they say they are but it is only time that will prove the worth and effectiveness of these actions. I hope that sainer and cooler heads prevail and the right decisions are made so the people of Europe do not get to face a similar debt crisis a couple of years down the road again.

     

  2. Jacob

    Well if you are living anywhere in Europe you would have been already experiencing the effects of the Debt crisis. When Greece got hit the common man in other European countries thought it will not have an impact on them or it will not come to their country. Well they were wrong, because it started with Greece and by now it has spread to Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Slovenia, United Kingdom, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia. So it has spread and it will have impact on everyone in its region.
    As Portugal becomes the newest European nation to get a bailout from the EU (European Union), at least steps are being taken to tame this beast before the financial think tanks of the region can come up with a complete and long-term solution to kill this debt crisis and kill it for good.
    Governments are working to reverse the effects of the crisis or at least they say they are but it is only time that will prove the worth and effectiveness of these actions. I hope that sainer and cooler heads prevail and the right decisions are made so the people of Europe do not get to face a similar debt crisis a couple of years down the road again.

     

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