ECB: Greece must play along

Investor's Business Daily
January 2015
Investors Business Daily;1/9/2015, pA02
Continued access to European Central Bank funding for Greek banks depends on completing a final review of prior bailout funds and negotiations for future plans between the country and its int'l lenders, the ECB said. Polls for a Jan. 25 election give an edge to a leftist party that wants to renege on earlier agreements.


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