- "Greece may need a further €10B in extra support from its eurozone partners but would not expect any loan to come with conditions attached," Reuters says, citing comments made by Yannis Stournaras to Proto Thema.
- Stournaras, Greece's finance minister, is attempting to put a positive spin on the new aid which will help the country fill a 2014-2015 funding gap.
- It's not a bailout, but rather an "economic support package" and will come "without new terms," Stournaras says, adding that "other [austerity] measures or targets cannot be required."
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Greece needs €10B in extra aid: Stournaras
Aug 25 2013, 18:46 ET