Do you think the U.S. debt is bad enough? Think Portugal. Its public debt has recently reached 133.2 percent GDP. After a couple of years of having been "cured" by the infamous Troika, Portugal hasn't been doing well. In the fourth quarter of 2013, its economy "expanded" 0.60 percent over the previous quarter.
Note that the former Portugal's prime minister, Manuel Barroso, who bears a lot of responsibility for the mess in his country, is now President of the European Commission. Bad news.
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