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The Greek government appeared satisfied with the debt relief package secured at Thursday’s Eurogroup in Luxembourg, an agreement that ensures Greece’s medium-term funding needs will be kept to a minimum.
In the build-up to the meeting of eurozone finance ministers, Euclid Tsakalotos had said that Athens would be content with a 10-year extension for the maturities of loans granted as part of Greece’s second bailout (EFSF). The fact that the Eurogroup agr...
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