PBS NewsHour

Financially strapped Greece is facing a demographic timebomb

Clip: 11/13/2017 | 8m 11s

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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