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Argument: Greece bailout is not fair to European taxpayers

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Wilhelm Hankel, said it sets a terrible precedent: "It is not just about one country. After Greece there’s Portugal, then there’s Spain, then there’s Ireland. I added up the amount of debts that just this group of countries might need. It is more than two trillion euros. Europe cannot afford this and our taxpayers are not able to pay this."[1]

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