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Inside Europe - Little sympathy in Latvia for Greece

Gederts Gelzis
July 9, 2015

Many in the Baltic States are taking a hard line on Athens. Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania are all fairly new members of the eurozone. The Baltics, particularly Latvia, have paid a heavy price for joining the eurozone after emerging from deep recession caused by the financial crisis. Their economies are performing again. And as Ģederts Ģelzis reports from Riga, there isn't much sympathy for Greece.

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