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Strengthened Tsipras shows willingness for deal with lenders after "No"
The first indications following a convincing win for the “No” vote in Sunday’s referendum are that Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will make a renewed and improved effort to reach an agreement with lenders.
Tsipras has been strengthened considerably domestically by the 61.3 percent of Greeks that voted against the institutions’ recent proposal to the government. However, he struck a cautious tone in his post-referendum speech, insisting that he is not seek...
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