Greek entrepreneurs take on debt crisis

As unions stage a 48-hour general strike ahead of a parliamentary vote on a new austerity plan, Greek entrepreneurs explain how they are dealing with the crisis.

The Greek PM George Papandreou has urged the country to accept 28bn-euro (£25bn) austerity programme as the only way to get Greece back on its feet, but some business people think investment is key.

Malcolm Brabant reports.

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