Greece’s rescue package amounts to €290 billion over the last eight years. However, for Athens it mainly boils down to blood and tears. According to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, public spending cuts and higher taxation have come hand in hand with poverty for over one-third of the population. Household income has dropped by over 30%, 25% of GDP has vanished and unemployment reached a record high of 27% in 2013. Today, things seem to be getting better: GDP is once again growing, thanks mainly to the tourist industry, and unemployment has dropped to 19.5% (although it is still the highest in the Eurozone). However, the light at the end of the crisis tunnel is still quite far off in the distance. Against this backdrop the development of a Gree...