The eurozone's finance ministers still aren't happy with
They have made it clear for at least a year now that they want to extract as much as possible from
The jubilance of yesterday's statement from Greece's prime minister, Antonis Samaras, about reaching a deal with the country's international lenders, was punctured by the finance ministers, who today swatted away any notion that a complete deal has been done.
Today's final statement from the eurozone finance ministers takes a harder line on the likelihood that they will agree to disburse the money at their next meeting, on 12 November, than was previously envisioned.
That meeting is now shaping up to be a real battle; not between
Ian Wishart reports on the eurozone (crisis) for European Voice and has done so since the early days of Greece's first bail-out. He also covers other EU issues affecting business, including technology, financial services legislation, competition and the internal market. This blog brings you commentary on those topics as well as any other subject that may come into his head. Comments are encouraged below each post. Ian can be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org and followed on Twitter.
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