Greece's weakened workforce starts to crack
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Looking out across a room full of reporters gathered to welcome French President Francois Hollande on Tuesday, Greece's President Karolos Papoulias gave a stark warning about the state of the country after three harsh years of government spending cuts, joblessness and tax hikes.
"We are faced with a societal explosion if any more pressure is put on society," he said.
In spite of Greece receiving much-needed bailout loans, life seems to be getting worse for ordinary people.
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