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Why One Greek Business Owner Is Voting Yes In Sunday's Referendum

Greece’s government is offering concessions to its creditors, in an attempt to get more aid, hours after it failed to pay a nearly $2 billion loan back to the IMF.

In a letter to creditors, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras offered a fresh proposal for budget cuts and policy changes, saying he’d stick with what Greek voters say in Sunday’s referendum. But many European officials dismissed the proposal as falling short of their demands.

Here & Now‘s Robin Young speaks with Nikolalos Voglis, who owns a restaurant in Athens, about the mood in Athens and how he will vote in the referendum.

Guest

  • Nikolaos Voglis, restaurant owner in Athens, Greece.

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