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Economics & Finance

So it’s the euro, not the drachma…

Shellie Karabell |

New Democracy won a narrow victory in the recent Greek election and is on the verge of forming a three-party coalition government. What’s going to be interesting is to see how the new government is going to renegotiate the bailout with the “Troika‟ (European Commission, the International Monetary Fund, and the European Central Bank).

INSEAD Knowledge asked Ilian Mihov, INSEAD’s Deputy Dean for Research & Faculty and Professor of Economics, “What's next for Greece?”

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