For Greece and Its Creditors, the Clock Is Ticking
Greek farmers protesting tax increases use their tractors to block a border crossing into Macedonia. Growing public discontent with austerity measures linked to Greece's bailout program could threaten the fragile coalition government.
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For Greece and its creditors, time is slipping away. Both sides have strong incentive to wrap up a review of the country's third bailout program by March. The pressure to reach a deal is still high enough on both sides that an agreement is probable, but weeks of negotiations likely lie ahead....
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