Protesting tax office workers hang a banner from the finance ministry in Athens on Monday, March 20, 2017, that reads: "Reduction of tax free limit means new cuts to salaries and pensions. Stop Austerity." Greece's left-led government is in negotiations with bailout creditors on further budget cuts and reforms required for the release of a new rescue loan installment. (AP/Thanassis Stavrakis)

Greece’s New Deal From European Lenders Delivers More Neoliberalism

Greece has entered into a new deal with European lenders that they claim will lift the country’s economy through the enactment of new reforms. However, the debt-ridden country will still have to meet tough fiscal targets for the next two years. Today, we’ll speak with a Greek economist who believes the deal will do little to help the country.