Reporter Stacey Dooley travels to three countries facing very different and very difficult economic challenges. Venturing behind the headlines, Stacy meets young people caught in the economic storm and sees what lessons can be learned.
What is it like to be young and caught up in world financial crisis?
She begins her investigation in Greece, where for years successive governments have failed to balance the nation's books.
She then heads to Ireland to see how its citizens are coping several years after the country almost went bust. And finally she arrives in Japan, which has experienced two decades of an economic slump. These three countries could show others what might happen to them soon.
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