Europe Struggles To Pull Together New Greek Bailout Plan

Europe Struggles To Pull Together New Greek Bailout Plan

By Scott Neuman

European finance ministers hope to have a deal by today, but they remain skeptical that Athens will live up to its promises of financial reforms in exchange for tens of billions in bailout funds.

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