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Investors Comb Greece's Finances To Check On Bailout

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Envoys representing institutions that lend money to Greece are back in the troubled eurozone nation Saturday. Without the money, Greece will default and likely exit the eurozone. But more than two years after the bailout, the big question remains: Is austerity the wrong medicine? Joanna Kakissis reports.
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