Greece presses case to change bailout terms




 
--
Greece presses case to change bailout terms
 
July 5th, 2012  
News Manager
 

Topic: Greece presses case to change bailout terms


Greece presses case to change bailout terms
ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece's new government took up the task on Thursday of persuading skeptical lenders visiting Athens to ease the punishing terms of the bailout saving the debt-laden country from bankruptcy. Just hours after being sworn in, Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras was due to meet senior officials from Greece's trio of international lenders - the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund. The so-called 'troika' is in Athens to review Greece's faltering progress on fiscal adjustment and reforms under a 130 billion euro ($162.63 billion) bailout package. ...




More...
 


Similar Topics
Greece: Clinch bailout or face euro exit (Reuters)
Greece, EU head for showdown over bailout pledge (Reuters)
U.S. woman due to change plea in terrorism case (Reuters)
Eurozone weighs bailout plan for Greece (AP)
How Many College Students Does It Take to Change a Light Bulb?