OECD: Greeks work more than Germans
The Paris-based economic think tank, the OECD in a labour productivity report out on Tuesday said Greeks worked on average 2,017 hours each in 2010 compared to Germans, who worked 1,408 hours. The results go against the German tabloid cliche that Greek laziness caused the country’s crisis.
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