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U.S. https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-iphone-7-marbre-h-m-710pascher4519 President Barack Obama has secured passage of legislation that will allow Greece to stay in the eurozone and start a transition from the drachma to the euro, a key achievement in a historic Greek financial rescue effort.
Greece would not leave the 가평출장안마eurozone, and would still need to pay debt to its creditors. https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-iphone-8-transparente-phrase-710pascher6050 But the vote is a sign of the nation’s resolve to pursue an orderly exit and not be forced into painful austerity.
Obama is urging European leaders to accept Greece’s request for a special international bailout, despite deep opposition from many leading politicians, business leaders and analysts.
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The vote Tuesday in the lower house of Parliament in Athens will put to rest calls by leftist party leader Alexis Tsipras to end the EU and move the country into the euro, as Greece’s lenders demanded.
The decision will bring Athens a “sweetener,” one German government official said in an interview with Reuters in Athens. https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-samsung-galaxy-alpha-personnalisable-709pascher947 Tsipras wanted Athens to accept a 5.9 percent annual growth rate in return for a 1.2 percent share in the euro. https://www.alpesprobois.fr/products/coque-j5-samsung-silicone-709pascher7032 He had insisted on 5 percent growth, but this year’s economic data shows no such acceleration.
The European Commission is seeking to force Greece into a new bailout because the latest plan requires Athens to repay loans for more than 180 billion euros ($225 billion) in 2014 alone. https://www.aquawood.fr/products/coque-kawaii-samsung-s6-709pascher7960 It was only the second EU country to agree to the rescue.
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If Greece fails to address the debt issue, the International Monetary Fund will help with some €20 billion over 10 years to help Greece restructure its government finances through a new financial package.