We ask our studio guest on this edition, Ansgar Belke of the University of Duisburg-Essen.
Greece's parliament has voted to approve a package of reforms demanded by the country's international lenders in return for fresh bailout funds. But many Greeks turned out to protest against the measures.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has urged his cabinet to intensify reform efforts as the eurozone nation heads toward the conclusion of yet another bailout program. Athens insists it needs no further safety net.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned about Zimbabwe's "very difficult" economic situation, saying it's threatened by high government spending, an untenable foreign exchange regime and inadequate reforms.
Greece's once record jobless rate of 27 percent may have dropped seven points since the start of the financial crisis, but nearly six in 10 people are stuck in a market dominated by part-time, on-and-off jobs.
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