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Greece's products are too expensive because property and worker's pay inflated with cheap currency, bringing it on par with the Eurozone's. Thus, what maunfacturing plants were there eventually shuttered, and it never had the ability to compete with high value technological production. Isn't that the difference?
by Upstate NY on Fri Jun 17th, 2011 at 09:16:21 PM EST
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