The fiscal crisis and public demonstrations in Greece since 2011 received much public attention, and generated considerable pessimism about the country's economic prospects and its future use of the euro. The financial rescue packages for country have been criticised as being too costly, imposing excessive hardships on the population and encouraging moral hazard behaviour by other countries.
Very little media and public attention has been given to the benefits the people of Greece can expect in
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