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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras gave the impression of a man who is not willing to compromise as he launched a strong attack on lenders in a speech to SYRIZA MPs on Tuesday but there was also a clear indication in his address of how a compromise with lenders may be reached.
It is true that Tsipras’s comments about the proposals by lenders appearing to be a plan to “humiliate” Greece are at the upper end of the aggressive rhetoric that he has used since becoming prime minister. Also, the suggestion that the International Mo...
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