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Greek PM promises to save economy

05-12-2010 14:07 BJT Special Report: Europe's Debt Crisis |

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Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou says the government will do all it can to save the economy and create growth, but he also called on everyone to participate in changing the country. He made the appeal at a conference of Greek businessmen on Tuesday.

George Papandreou, Greek Prime Minister, said, "The government will do everything in its power, you can be sure of that. We will proceed in the next in the next few months with changes that have never happened in this country in decades. Personally I guarantee you I will make every effort in order to create a strong and viable economy. I ask from you to do the same in this crucial and historical moment."


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