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Athens absorbs Eurogroup fallout, hopes for better offer
There was a relatively calm reaction from the Greek government on Tuesday following the failure of its lenders to reach an agreement on debt relief at Monday’s Eurogroup, sparking doubts about whether Athens will be offered any kind of restructuring plan at this stage of the negotiations.
Government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos insisted during a press briefing and an interview on Skai TV that the absence of an agreement on Monday did not signify a failure, and that Athens remains hopeful that there will be a comprehensive agreement a...
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