“I’m sure you know what you’re doing”, Maynard says, with perhaps a flicker of sarcasm. “At some point in this process, we may have to start thinking about exactly how much, but let’s put that to one side for the time being. The next decision relates to the Greek current account. Are we going to aim to bring it roughly into balance?”
If you answer “There isn’t a sustainable solution which involves Greece structurally consuming more than it produces. We need to get the economy back into balance”, turn to 14.
If you answer “I don’t think current account balance is a realistic aim. Greece is going to need structural fiscal transfers, like Alabama or Wales”, turn to 48.
If you abscond with whatever money is still "on the table," give Maynard a sly wink and turn to 82.
I randomly ended up at 63.
"You did not make a choice, or follow any direction, but now, somehow, you approach a great economic revival. It is Greece--the hard-working country of prosperity. As your cruise ship slowly and gently docks, you look down on a country filled with happy, well-paid government workers..."
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