January 9, 2012

Doubts Grow on Greek Debt Restructuring

Böll, Der Spiegel

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The outlook for cash-strapped Greece is looking increasingly bleak. Government reforms are behind target, and negotiations with private creditors over voluntary debt relief are stalled. A disorderly default could be just weeks away.

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