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5. Selling assets bought by government through borrowed money (which has interest attached) cheaper than its original price, and still have to pay interest for the other money borrowed..
Athens has seen 900 protests in the past year as Greece's austerity measures have been rolled out....
“We don’t want our government to sell our country,” she said on her 12th day among the tents. “Our politicians even want to sell our islands.”
Greece started to sell off its historic ports over the weekend as the financially challenged nation tries to raise $73.2 billion (EUR 50 billion) to qualify for the second tranche of its $159 billion (EUR 110 billion) bailout from the International Monetary Fund and the European Union."