Jun 24, 2015
Athens is coming closer to running out of cash by the day, and a default is looming on the horizon. Other EU countries appear to be trying to help Greece, but no one really wants to get their hands dirty.
Greece’s spiraling downfall should be a wake-up call for other countries facing a debt crisis, starting with the United States. We watched our government bailout big banks and major corporations such as General Motors during and after the 2008 crisis. Is Greece the next one up for help? Is there a plan in place?