A "NO" referendum campaign poster is seen before a statue of Greek Godess Athena and a Greek flag outside the Athens Academy, Greece, July 4, 2015. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
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While polls in Greece show the country evenly divided going into Sunday's crucial bailout referendum, some of the world's top economists are united in arguing that a 'No' result is the country's best -- or least-worst -- choice.For them, and other economists, Greece's debt burden -- 323 billion euros ($359 billion) -- is clearly unsustainable and needs to be reduced.Several of them said Greece's current radical left government, which is arguing for a 'No' result, was not blameless for the worsening mess the country was now in. But they believed Greece would be better off rejecting the bailout deal as it stands.
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