As hopes of April 24 deal fade, differences between Greece and lenders remain

PoliticsGreek Politics

The prospect of an agreement between Greece and its lenders at the April 24 Eurogroup in Riga has virtually disappeared and it looks likely that any negotiations over a package of reforms that could unlock funding will carry over into May.

Although some Greek government officials insist a deal is possible next week, progress in the technical work between the two sides over the last few days has been limited and there still seems to be a substantial difference over how to move forward. The...

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