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Greece says it will have two more years that to meet its bailout targets

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Greek finance minister Yannis Stournaras said that the government succeeded in winning an concession from its official European creditors (the so-called troika of the European Central Bank, EU countries, and the IMF). The country says it will now have two more years to fulfill the requirements of its €130 billion bailout.

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