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Greek debt crisis 'worse than ever' Portugal and Ireland not far behind..

 
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11/15/2010 08:15 AM
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Greek debt crisis 'worse than ever' Portugal and Ireland not far behind..
Portugal [link to www.independent.ie]


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Now Portugal wants a bail out..

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11/15/2010 11:04 AM
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I want a bail out...
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hahahah maybe they can riot till taxpayers in other countries feel so bad they decided to bail out their bing spending entitled asses or not
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Surely the EU cannot afford two bail-outs..
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Now Portugal wants a bail out..

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No that's not true, they say that if ireland is bailed out, it will be inevitable that Portugal will be...
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Surely the EU cannot afford two bail-outs..
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By EU you mean Germany.
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Surely the EU cannot afford two bail-outs..


By EU you mean Germany.
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[link to www.ionline.pt] [link to www.jornaldenegocios.pt]
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Now Portugal wants a bail out..

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No that's not true, they say that if ireland is bailed out, it will be inevitable that Portugal will be...
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You are correct. It is not definite.

Described as "high risk".

[link to citywire.co.uk]

Fernando Teixeira dos Santos, Portugal's finance minister, said the risk of contagion within the eurozone was spreading fast and conceded his own country may need to turn to the internationally community for a bail out.
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Why doesn't the Irish government bail-out this sinking ship themselves?
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Now Portugal wants a bail out..

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No that's not true, they say that if ireland is bailed out, it will be inevitable that Portugal will be...


You are correct. It is not definite.

Described as "high risk".

[link to citywire.co.uk]

Fernando Teixeira dos Santos, Portugal's finance minister, said the risk of contagion within the eurozone was spreading fast and conceded his own country may need to turn to the internationally community for a bail out.
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Yes... when a finance minister say this it's because things are being negociated and will be made!
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bump
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Re: Greek debt crisis 'worse than ever' Portugal and Ireland not far behind..
unless China basically buys Europe I don't see how this can work.

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