European Union finance ministers focus their attention on Greece bailout
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European finance ministers are meeting in Brussels on Tuesday, focusing their attention on the financial situation in Greece. On Sunday, the Greek parliament narrowly approved further austerity measures, hoping to clear the way for the release of further bailout funds.
But the International Monetary Fund and eurozone creditors have not been able to agree on debt relief measures or the timing of any potential debt restructuring.
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