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Greece needs another €50bn bail-out and massive debt relief to surive, admits IMF
Greece needs at least another €50bn to keep it afloat for the next three years and a substantial alleviation of its debt burden, the International Monetary Fund has found, in a stark analysis of the country's desperate financial woes.
Patriotism Trumps Economics for Many Greeks Deciding on Bailout  
IMF's Lagarde says Greece must reform before debt relief | Reuters  
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BP has moved to put the fatal Deepwater Horizon oil spill behind it by paying $18.7 billion to the US government and a string of states in the biggest settlement in American history.
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An absence of embarrassing blunders saw the boss of the financial regulator receive a bumper 15 per cent pay rise last year. Financial Conduct Authority chief Martin Wheatley was previously stripped of his bonus after a botched leak of an investigation ...
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