Deputy PM sees Greece back in markets in 2017

3 March 2017
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Greece’s deputy prime minister said on Friday the country could return to international bond markets this year if the current impasse with the bailout creditors is resolved quickly.

Yiannis Dragasakis told a financial conference at Delphi that Greece could hold a 2017 “test auction” if negotiations with rescue lenders for the next round of loan payments are concluded “in the next few weeks.”

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