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Coalition sees key targets met in debt deal but opposition has holes to pick
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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