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Rhetoric ramped up ahead of Eurogroup but deal still in sight
As Thursday's Eurogroup approaches, Athens and Berlin are dialling up their rhetoric but an agreement that will fall short of Greek expectations while still leaving Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras with something to grasp on to still seems the most likely outcome of the meeting.
Tsipras’s reference at Tuesday’s cabinet meeting to the possibility of the Greek issue being taken to the European Council on June 22 if there is not a satisfactory proposal on Thursday led to speculation in Greece that the prime minister had performed ...
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