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No agreement on how to boost bail-out fund

By Ian Wishart  -  06.10.2011 / 05:19 CET

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More pressure was heaped on Greece by eurozone finance ministers as they announced that they had further delayed a decision to allow the latest release of international funds to the country. A meeting of eurozone finance ministers scheduled for 13 October, when the €8 billion loan disbursement was expected to be confirmed, was cancelled by Jean-Claude Juncker, the prime minister of Luxembourg and president of the Eurogroup. No decision is now expected until November.

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