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Expectations for deal on Thursday rise as Athens tempers own
An agreement at Thursday’s Eurogroup seems the most likely outcome even though Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras repeated his warning on Tuesday that he would take the matter to the European Council a week later if there is no deal.
Tsipras reiterated the warning in a phone call with EU Council president Donald Tusk. The Greek leader added, though, that Athens would like to have an agreement on Thursday.
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