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Creditors' deal comes up short on debt relief for Tsipras
Despite some positive elements, the Eurogroup agreement announced early on Wednesday falls below the Greek government’s expectations in many regards.
While Greece’s lenders agreed to release a significant amount of funding (10.3 billion euros), which was close to the maximum of 11 billion that Athens had been expecting, it also set a number of conditions for Greece to meet both straight away and over...
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