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Greek funding needs add to pressure in talks between Athens and lenders
Eurozone finance ministers are due to meet again on Monday to discuss a possible compromise between Greece and its lenders but these talks continue against a backdrop of pressing funding needs for Athens.
Initial press reports had indicated that Greece would also request a part of the remaining (from 2014) 1.8 billion euros from the last EFSF tranche and 3.5 billion from the IMF. However, both tranches are subject to the completion of the fifth and sixth...
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