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... and a 53.5% face value loss.
This proposed restructure of all Greek public debt held by private creditors, which at that point of time constituted a 58% share of the total Greek public debt, would according to the bailout plan reduce the overall public debt burden with roughly €110 billion. A debt relief equal to a lowering of the debt-to-GDP ratio from a forecast 198% in 2012 down to roughly 160% in 2012, with the lower interest payments ...
... more irritated compared to before the disaster.
Summarizing all responses to questions related to evacuees' current family status, one-third of all surveyed families live apart from their children, while 50.1% live away from other family members (including elderly parents) with whom they lived before the disaster. The survey also showed that 34.7% of the evacuees have suffered salary cuts of 50% or more since the outbreak of the nuclear disaster. A total of ...
... The load out on the other hand was not so smooth. I couldn't help but get the feeling that video was the red headed stepchild of the tour. We were shuffled out of the way, limited on resources to accomplish what needed to get done, than delayed nearly two hours before being able to load our trucks. After finally getting loaded and off to the bus, I was rudely awoken by a bad bout with catering. The perfect end to the day... not.
... every person I've had the opportunity to meet has taught me something new. Each and every place I went, I discovered something about myself. I was challenged both mentally and physically.
Climbing Mount Olympus was easily the most physically challenging thing I have ever experienced, but if it wasn't for all of these people encouraging me up the mountain, there is no way I would have made it as far as I did. Leaving Greece was the most ...
... everything I know. I'm the only person from my school going. I'm traveling alone, which isn't a first, but still nerve wracking for an international flight. And it's my first time leaving the country. I'm literally traveling into the unknown. The idea of it is great, and I'm sure the experience will be too, but it's still scary as ****.
There are obviously going to be people I miss, especially those I've grown even ...