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So far and yet so near for Greece and eurozone after second abortive Eurogroup
For the second Eurogroup running, Greece and the eurozone failed to reach an agreement on how to move forward. However, an apparent acrimonious falling out may be less damaging than it first appears and, in essence, the two sides do not seem to be far apart from a deal.
The early break-up of the Eurogroup fuelled speculation that serious differences separate the eurozone and Greece. This was compounded by Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis telling reporters that he had been shown a draft statement by European Econ...
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