Greece Owes $1.2 Billion To Drugmakers As Government Can No Longer Afford Basic Medical Supplies

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Talks between Greece and its creditors went full-retard on Wednesday when the following soundbite from Canada’s FinMin Joe Oliver hit the wires:

“No Greek payment to IMF would be default to IMF”

That seemed self-evident to us, but in a world governed by debt, we suppose everyone occasionally needs to remind themselves that failure to make good on one’s obligations constitutes default.

In any event, Greece apparently owes quite a bit of money to the world’s drug suppliers because, as we reported earlier this week, Athens is now running short on bed sheets and painkillers in its hospitals as the consequences of being completely beholden to the ”institutions” which control the printing of a fiat currency become increasingly clear.

Here’s what we said on Sunday:

The idea that a developed country cannot provide basic emergency medical care because it is in poor standing with the institutions that print a fiat…

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