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Greece lays out plans for debt relief from eurozone
Greece is due to raise the subject of further debt relief at Monday’s Eurogroup but with the official sector poised to take a hit this time as opposed to the Private Sector Involvement (PSI) of early 2012.
Monday’s is the first meeting of eurozone finance ministers since Eurorstat ratified Greece’s 2013 primary surplus and the last before European Parliament (EP) elections will be held in Brussels today. The Greek government sees it as the perfect time to...
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