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Discussions at the European Union leaders' summit in Brussels, which concluded on Friday afternoon, did little to clear up the uncertainty about where Greece and the troika stand with regard to Athens having to find more budget savings next year.
Going into the EU Council meetings, the talk was that Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras would embark on efforts to pursue a "political negotiation" with Greece's lenders. Essentially, this means that the Greek government feels it has hit a brick wall...
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