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Tsipras gets no encouragement from lenders, left to consider next move
Following his meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Friday, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has a few days ahead to consider what action he wants to take next in what now looks set to be a prolonged negotiation with lenders over the second review.
According to reports, Merkel rejected the idea of the International Monetary Fund remaining in the Greek programme in just a technical capacity, which might have been a way to overcome the main obstacle to concluding the second review, which is the Fund...
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