As stated in Wikipedia, the longest The 11,262 nautical voyage this ship had in 1938 when it sailed from Dubrovnik to New York – Boston – Dubrovnik from April 20 to June 21. EU officials praised Greece for successfully completing the third and final part of the financial aid program, ending the January 2019 Calendar Word eight-year international lending and debt withdrawal period as well as fighting for its stay in the eurozone. “You did it!” wrote in a message on Twitter by European Council President Donald Tusk. Greece this week turns a new page in its troublesome debt odyssey, but the eurozone remains vulnerable to future crises. After eight long years and three “bailouts” conditioned by savings measures, Athens officially abandoned the system of financial rescue measures imposed on it by creditors from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Monday. European and local politicians are Greek return to the financial market called “historically” good news, but in front of the other 19 members using the single currency are still facing serious challenges. “The Greek crisis has not been solved, it is only postponed,” says Charles Wyplosz, a professor of international economics from the IHEID University in Geneva.
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By 2032 Athens will not even start paying off much of its huge debt, which currently amounts to a colossal 180 percent of GDP. Until then, it is impossible to determine where this country will be economically and politically. In the past months, the IMF issued a series of warnings about the long-term sustainability of Greek debt despite last resort arrangements for the eurozone. Wypops criticizes the “spectacular cynicism” of the EU during the crisis. “The problems are not resolved but pretended to be.” “This or that will explode, Greece will be in crisis again long before 2032,” the economist warns.
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“We have not solved the high-level public debt problem in Greece, Italy (132 percent of GDP) and Portugal (126 percent) despite their efforts, “warns Anne-Laure Delatte, deputy director of the French organization for the study of the world economy CEPII. And European “weights” such as Spain (99 percent of GDP) and France (98 percent) have a significant level debt that could further disrupt the eurozone. “Long is a vulnerability factor that can be passed on to markets,” Delatte adds. But there are a number of countries that have lowered their debt by accepting the euro, so the area of the single currency is increasingly divided into “good students” and the other. And they have different interests.
While the first group supports budget discipline and prudence, the second calls for more solidarity. Croatian public debt amounts to 78 percent of GDP and falls for the third consecutive January 2019 Calendar Word year. Italy has become a serious risk for the euro-zone due to debt, fragile banks and a populist government that is ready to contend with Brussels, the hard-won economists. “You have a country with a big debt, with huge internal problems, a dirty banking system that now leads people who do not know what to do.