Greece completes Eurozone bailout after receiving almost £270bn since 2010
Greece ends its final Eurozone bailout programme today after receiving almost £270billion in support since 2010.
Its economy shrank by a quarter following a sovereign debt crisis in 2009.
In ruins: Greece’s economy shrank by a quarter following a sovereign debt crisis in 2009
Greece’s central bank governor warned the country not to backtrack on commitments to its lenders after it exits from the bailout programme.
Yannis Stournaras said such a move would cause markets to abandon the country, putting it in fresh jeopardy at a time when it would be particularly vulnerable to financial turbulence in Turkey, Italy and beyond.