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Financially strapped Greece is facing a demographic timebomb

Clip: 11/13/2017 | 8m 11s Video has closed captioning.

Seven years since the financial crisis shook Greece, many young people lack opportunity or hope for the future. Austerity and financial insecurity have pushed the birthrate to all-time lows, and members of the younger generations are leaving Greece for better opportunities elsewhere, leaving experts worried about Greece’s very existence. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports.

Aired: 11/13/17

Rating: NR

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