Schaeuble says wants 10 bln eur for Greek banks paid

10 November 2015
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German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Tuesday he wants the eurozone to pay out 10 billion euros ($10.73 billion) to Greece for the recapitalization of its banks by the start of next week.

“We are trying to make possible the payment of the 10 billion euros which we have agreed in principle, by the start of next week,” Schaeuble told reporters in Brussels.

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