Greece hopes to catch break from ECB as IMF puts its foot down

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Photo by ECB via Flickr
Photo by ECB via Flickr

The Greek government is due to launch a new effort on Tuesday to overcome its liquidity problems as talks with its lenders still look far from being concluded and have been complicated by the International Monetary Fund reportedly stressing the need for debt relief from the official sector.

In the key meeting of the day, Deputy Prime Minister Yiannis Dragasakis and the head of Greeceā€™s negotiating team Euclid Tsakalotos are due to meet European Central Bank president Mario Draghi in Frankfurt. Their talks are likely to focus on whether the...

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