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As Greek deadline looms, this is how the next days could play out
The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras meets with the European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker, the ECB President Mario Draghi and the IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde in Brussels at noon in a last-ditch effort to bridge the differences that still remain between Greece and the institutions.
Apart from the IMF payment, the national parliaments have to ratify the new agreement before June 30 to ensure the last EFSF tranche of 1.8 billion euros as well as the unutilised EFSF bonds of 10.9 billion (Greece returned the to the ESM at the end of ...
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