Greece & its creditors approve 3rd bailout deal

Greek members of parliament voted early Friday morning to approve a new multi-billion euro bailout deal aimed at keeping the nation afloat. That deal has also now been approved by Greece's Eurozone partners. The deal requires tax hikes and more tough spending cuts, of course, all in return for 85 billion euros in loans. This is Greece’s third bailout program in five years, and now creates an opening for the country to pay the 3.2 billion euros it owes to the ECB on August 20. Ameera David weighs in.

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