Irish immigrants in Greece face economic dilemma
Greece is facing pressure to step up its economic reforms in the light of visits from IMF and EU officials regarding its 110bn-euro bail-out package.
Many young Greeks are emigrating to escape the worst of the cuts - but there is also a large number of Irish immigrants in the country facing difficult questions about their future.
Malcolm Brabant reports from Athens.
10 Dec 2010
- From the section Business