Here is n article in BBC by Andrew Hosken about the current situation of Greece in the light of the second evaluation of the third memorandum. Though it pinpoints the IMF report where forecasts talk about a growth rate of 2.8% in 2017 and falling unemployment, at the same time, it highlights the everyday life of citizens and their pessimism about the future. With pension and salary cuts of 40% and more, private sector almost non existent any more and taxes raised by more than 25%, Greeks are economically and emotionally exhausted.

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