Lack of troika deal leaves Greek coalition looking at bailout extension

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Photo by Harry van Versendaal
Photo by Harry van Versendaal

Hopes that a second round of talks between Greece and the troika in Paris would bring about a swift conclusion to the programme review were dashed on Wednesday when negotiations ended without any significant agreement.

The failure to reach a deal is likely to have serious consequences for the government’s plans to exit the bailout at the end of the year. The coalition is running out of time to conclude the review by the December 8 Eurogroup and then arrange for a prec...

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