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Should US Tax Dollars Bail Out Greece?

Thursday, 6 May 2010 | 12:03 AM ET

The Greek bailout package currently totals $145 billion, divided between the Euro Zone governments ($106 billion) and the IMF ($39 billion). Since the U.S. is the IMF's largest shareholder judging by individual nations, it helps fund IMF loans. Should American taxpayer dollars be used to help bail out Greece?

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