Greece hammers out savings demanded by lenders, report says

Greece’s government has found 11.7 billion euros in savings for 2013 and 2014 demanded by foreign lenders and will present it later on Thursday to the leaders of its ruling coalition for final approval, a senior finance ministry official said.

“The government has finalized the plan and will present it later today to political leaders,» a senior finance ministry official told Reuters.

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is scheduled to meet the heads of the two other parties of his ruling coalition later on Thursday. [Reuters]

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