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Episode 639: Where To Hide €50,000, And Other Stories From Greece

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Episode 639: Where To Hide €50,000, And Other Stories From Greece

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Episode 639: Where To Hide €50,000, And Other Stories From Greece

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Store windows in Athens have automatic shutters that go down when a protest is coming. Robert Smith/NPR hide caption

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Store windows in Athens have automatic shutters that go down when a protest is coming.

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On a visit to Greece, we talk to a guy who found an ingenious place to hoard his cash, a government-protected milk peddler, and a would-be olive oil tycoon.

Music: Jahzzar's "Fireworks" and Bad Bad Hat's "Fight Song." Find us:Twitter/ Facebook/ Spotify/ Tumblr.

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