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Passive barriers are spread throughout the investment ecosystem
The new government has embarked on a raft of radical reforms
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Reform is necessary but hedge funds are always a step ahead
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The country owes a lot of money to a lot of different people.
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Central bank should act to prevent the eurozone from slipping into another recession
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