As the government in Slovenia fights to put through its austerity programme, there is little sympathy for the Greeks
AbstractThe average pension in Slovenia is €570per month. Many Greeks receive – even in times of austerity and budget cuts – much higher pensions. Nevertheless, Slovenia has helped to bail out Greece, most recently in March when it offered €1 billion of collateral. But Marko Milosavljevic predicts that the Slovenies’ willingness to pay for Greece’s troubles will soon fade.
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