If Greece was African it would be the continent’s richest BY FAR

Is Greece a poor country?

Not if you put it in perspective, says Dr. Martyn Davies, CEO at Frontier Advisory.

Davies says that, if Greece went back to the drachma and took a 50% hit on the currency, it would still be richer than all but three African countries.

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A crisis in Europe is a good day in Africa! Greece is, on a per capita basis, richer than all African countries by far!

Dr. Martyn Davies, CEO at Frontier Advisory

This article first appeared on 702 : If Greece was African it would be the continent’s richest BY FAR


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