Why Socrates Lazaridis Remains Tight Lipped About Belief In Economic Turnaround In Greece [VIDEO]

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Why Socrates Lazaridis Remains Tight Lipped About Belief In Economic Turnaround In Greece
As protests over austerity and economic challenges continue in Greece, there are indications developing that a possible "Greekovery" might be emerging.

As protests over austerity and economic challenges continue in Greece, there are indications developing that a possible "Greekovery" might be emerging
Socrates Lazaridis, chairmain of the Athens Stock Exchange, has been promoting a turnaround in Greece but has remained tight lipped about why he believes it. 
Alexander C. Kaufman, a reporter covering the global flow of money at the International Business Times, talks about his exclusive interview with Lazaridis, and the possibility of an economic rebound in Greece.
Although total unemployment in Greece hovers near 27 percent, Kaufman weighs in on if this is the right time to invest in Greece. 
 

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