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IMF Official: Greece **Might** Not Be Totally F***ed

So that's...something?
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Not as bad as it looks.

Things still look pretty grim, but maybe a little less grim than last week?

The head of the International Monetary Fund's department in Europe says Greece's bailout talks have gathered ‘a little more momentum’ but stressed that Athens remains under pressure to break the deadlock with lenders. Poul Thomsen told German business daily Handelsblatt in an interview published Monday that Greece could have enough money to meet debt and other commitments until June but would need to reach an agreement before then.

IMF’s Poul Thomsen Sees ‘A Little More Momentum’ on Greece [TheStreet]


Was brand-new when this whole thing started. By Haitham Alfalah (Own work) [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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