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After the bailout: Is Greece still doomed?

This week, the so-called troika of lenders — the European Union, the European Central Bank (ECB), and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) — agreed to extend another massive aid package to debt-plagued Greece, its second since 2010. The $170 billion bailout comes just in time, forestalling Greece's default on a $19 billion debt payment due in March. Many European leaders are breathing a sigh of relief, since a default could have led to chaos in financial markets and the dissolution of the euro currency bloc.
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