International lenders are at odds about sharing the Greek bill (Photo: Queenofhearts820)

Greece deal delayed by troika discord, government quarrels

The EU and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are at odds over how to fund Greece for two extra years, while the Greek government has still not reached a agreement on promised budget cuts needed for the next tranche of bailout money.

Greek finance minister Yannis Stournaras spent a few hours in hospital on Thursday (25 October) where he was diagnosed with extreme fatigue and a viral infection.

The news came one day after he told Greek parliament that the government reached a d...

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