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Brussels eyeing Greek debt agreement by June 21 Eurogroup

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All of the decisions regarding Greece’s exit from the bailout, including measures to lighten the country’s huge debt pile, will be decided at the Eurogroup meeting of eurozone finance ministers on June 21, regardless of whether the IMF is on board, a senior European official said.

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