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Greece's austerity deal: Too little too late?

Greek leaders just can't please anyone. Thousands protested in Athens this week after Greek politicians, trying to win a massive European bailout, finally accepted a new round of job and spending cuts. Then, European ministers declared late Thursday that the controversial austerity plan doesn't go far enough. They gave Athens' divided parliament a week to come up with another $430 million in savings — in exchange for a new $170 billion bailout that Greece needs to avoid defaulting on its debt.
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