Greek PM Samaras is under pressure to deliver on promised spending cuts (Photo: European People's Party)

Troika in Greece amid renewed euro-exit talk

Officials from the troika of international lenders are back in Athens on Tuesday (24 July as the three-party government struggles to meet the spending cuts demanded in return for the bailout money.

The Greek government is several months behind on promised spending cuts and privatisations. The auditors from the EU commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund are set to draw up a report on how big the shortfall is and whether Greece can still receive the next tranche ...

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