Eu60bn rescue package for Greece unlikely to end crisis

No shock treatment to halt the eurozone debt crisis and salvage Greece’s planned Eu25bn return to bond markets in 2012 is in prospect at next week’s EcoFin meeting, bankers and investors have warned.

  • 13 May 2011

The European Central Bank’s implacable opposition and the danger of collateral damage limit hopes for a decisive announcement on a Greek restructuring, with a new Eu60bn package to cover the country’s 2012 redemptions and funding the likeliest outcome.

"For politicians, deciding to restructure is a bit like a ...

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