When Marketplace visited the Dioptra publishing house in Athens a year ago, Greece seemed on the brink of economic collapse.
Businesses were grinding to a halt. Dioptra’s boss, Costas Papadopoulos, was unsure whether his company would survive.
One year later, things are a bit better — but only a bit.
“We still don’t know what we’re doing or where we’re going. We feel that here in Greece, it’s a crime to be a businessman,” he said.