I receive a few infographics and don't publish all of them, but found this one from Eazy Cash very interesting. It portrays the current situation in Greece, which we all know has been suffering badly from the Sovereign Debt crisis and subsequent economic fallout. Key headlines include:
- 50% of young people are unemployed;
- Greek people can only withdraw a maximum of €60 per day from their bank accounts;
- The actual income earned by a typical Greek citizen is 92% higher than the income reported to the government;; and
- Athens owes €200 billion in loans.
For those interested, here's the low-down: