After Eurogroup, hard work, more pressure and sliver of hope for Greece

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Photo by EU Council via Flickr
Photo by EU Council via Flickr

While the language and tone of eurozone finance ministers’ comments regarding Greece before and after Monday’s Eurogroup was negative, the outcome of the meeting left Athens in no worse a position than it started the day but with a huge amount of work to do over the coming days and weeks.

There was no common statement at the end of the Eurogroup, a reflection of the fact that the six reform proposals sent by the Greek government in Athens were far from being enough to trigger a discussion about disbursing any part of the 7.2 billion euro...

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