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Greece’s negotiations with its lenders have entered the final stretch after creditors met in Berlin on Monday night to discuss the details of the offer that will be put to Athens in a bid to conclude the process and pave the way for the release of 7.2 billion euros in bailout funding.
As we had suggested last week, it was clear that the technical work needed for Greece and its creditors to reach common ground could not be crammed into the amount of time left before the government runs out of the funds needed to pay 1.6 billion euros ...
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