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Greek students at UCLA speculate on Greece’s economic woes

By Armen Madikians

March 4, 2010 12:22 p.m.

Greece is in a financial topsy-turvy. Burdened with a $400 billion debt, the Greek government has used tax hikes and wage cuts to minimize this crisis as quickly as possible. The small Greek student population at UCLA has its own concerns about Greece’s budgetary woes. Yet if you think Greek students at UCLA are far enough away from their home country to remain unaffected by this financial upheaval, think again.

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