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What do Greek people make of the recent bailout package?

Greece will face years of austerity measures to meet the terms of a second bail-out package agreed in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

After more than 13 hours of talks in Brussels, Eurozone ministers signed off the €130bn loan in return for the country reducing its debts and implementing higher taxes.

BBC Radio 5 live Breakfast heard from two Greek people living in Athens.

Tassos Vourexakis works for a computer game company whilst Marie Polymbinnacou is an out of work fashion stylist - they explained what they expect from the new measures.

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  • 21 Feb 2012
  • From the section Europe
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