Tsipras seeks to capitalise on bailout exit, build platform for elections
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Cabinet reshuffle expected to presage coalition's revival effort
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No certainties for Athens before Eurogroup as lenders try for debt deal
Greece goes into Monday’s Eurogroup without any certainty that its lenders will arrive at a common position on how to put its public debt on a sustainable path.
A eurozone official said last week that there is a 50 percent chance of a deal at the May 22 gathering of finance ministers in Brussels. Comments made by officials involved in the discussions over the weekend were generally upbeat but did not provide an...
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