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Lenders provide words of support and warning regarding debt talks
Representatives of the Greek government and its lenders continued on Wednesday to publicly exchange views about the country’s programme and the prospects of concluding the review in the coming days but failed to provide any clarity about whether there will be an agreement at the June 15 Eurogroup or what kind of compromise could emerge.
Speaking at an Economist conference in Frankfurt, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos repeated his call for the eurozone and the International Monetary Fund to settle their differences ahead of the next Eurogroup so there can be a clear decision on the w...
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