Greek finance minister Yannis Stournaras has secured a 2-year extension to meet its bailout targets, according to ForexLive.
The troika –EU, IMF and European Commission – reportedly gave in on two major issues.
But this report has already been denied by the European Commission and the German governmen according to a report by Ekathimerini.
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