Greece mulls T-bills to close funding gap

Greece mulls T-bills to close funding gap

Athens : Greece | Aug 28, 2012 at 10:12 AM PDT
Source: Business World
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Greece estimates that a two-year extension on its bailout would create a financing gap of less than 18 billion ($22.5 billion), which it could cover by issuing short-term debt rather than pleading for more money from lenders, government officials have told Reuters.   The argument is part of Greece's... FULL ARTICLE AT Business World
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