Compelled Some creditors accept elimination of the Greek debt

Compelled Some creditors accept elimination of the Greek debt

Athens : Greece | Mar 09, 2012 at 7:02 AM PST
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Senate Session 2011-07-30 (20:34:01-21:34:34)

Greece says that most of the private creditors country, between the other, the financial founding, accepted to help the billion dollars Greece penghapusan142 of the debt and to avoid the missed payment of the financial obligations to the end of the month. The Greece decided to edit a saving of saying, the pensions and of the wages cut and to eliminate thousands of work places of civil service, to satisfy the requests of the international creditors, in manner that the Greece can obtain a new rescue of 172 billion dollars. It is discussed of a packet of rescue of two countries in two years. Even though the Greece expects to repay the remaining debt for the financial founding for long time, those who buy Greek titles of state will lose about 75 percent of their investments in obligations. Five small deep Greek pension that contain about the one percent of the obligations are fit to to be dismissed in part, rejected the approval in priority. And 'also rejected different funds of investment and the most corrupt newspaper in Germany, Bild

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Compelled Some creditors accept elimination of the Greek debt.
Compelled Some creditors accept elimination of the Greek debt
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