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Athens searching for compromise formula should IMF remain on board
The indication that no progress regarding Greece’s review should be expected before the International Monetary Fund’s executive board meets on Monday was strengthened by comments from European officials.
European Stability Mechanism managing director Klaus Regling told reporters on Monday that the participation of the IMF is a prerequisite for the review to be concluded and the next disbursement to take place. The message was repeated by a German Financ...
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