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Greek 'No' vote implies an uncertain future

With the economy in doldrums, and a new deal looking difficult to reach, it is unclear if Athens has a clear Plan B.
Tuesday, July 7, 2015 - 05:50

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Given the scale of the challenge now facing Greece, it remains possible that the government may ultimately be forced to call a second general election in 2015, following the earlier one in late January.

IN a dramatic result, the Greek population have voted "no" in Sunday's referendum on whether to approve a package of reforms and fiscal measures proposed last month by its creditors. Unless there is now a significant volte face by creditors, the plebiscite could eventually seal the country's

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