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Greek bailout pressure rising

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By Mike Peacock, Reuters

Greece’s government will resume stalled talks with EU/IMF lenders in Paris today as Athens pushes to make an early exit from an unpopular bailout programme.

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Greece to Negotiate Stalled Review With Troika in Paris

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By Rebecca Christie and Nikos Chrysoloras, Bloomberg

Greek government officials will meet in Paris tomorrow with representatives of the so-called troika of international creditors in a bid to break a deadlock over freeing up the last tranche of the country’s bailout.

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Greek Economy Returns to Growth

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Better-Than-Expected Figures End Six Years of Contraction

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Lagarde: Decisive policy action by all is key to making growth strong, sustainable, balanced and inclusive, and to create needed jobs

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IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde Welcomes G20 Growth Strategies, Says Implementation Critical

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Eurozone Discusses ‘Cosmetics’ for New Financial Aid for Greece

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By Gabriele Steinhauser, Wall Street Journal

Now that Greece has said it will seek a credit line from the eurozone’s bailout fund once its rescue program runs out at the end of the year, the difficult negotiations on how to make the new aid palatable to both Athens and other European capitals have begun.