The myriad of measures that the Troika agreed to in the deal to release a long-delayed...
The myriad of measures that the Troika agreed to in the deal to release a long-delayed €34.4B tranche of Greece's bailout will reportedly only bring the country's debt-GDP down to 126.6% by 2020 and 115% by 2022, not the respective 120% and 110% that was advertised. Officials are studying further ways to reduce Greece's loans, but it could mean that eurozone nations will have to take losses on the debt they hold.
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