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Amid risk of 2015 re-run, Greece searching for deal with lenders
The breakup of bailout talks on Tuesday, the government’s decision to table income tax and pension bills without the lenders’ approval and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announcing an unexpected visit to French President Francois Hollande have generated speculation about Greece experiencing a re-run of last summer’s tension.
While there remains a long way to go before Greece and its lenders can reach a Staff Level Agreement (SLA) and then have that approved by eurozone finance ministers, Athens does not appear to be in anywhere near as confrontational a mood as it was last ...
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