Greece Pays IMF, Meets Putin

Investor's Business Daily
April 2015
Investors Business Daily;4/13/2015, pB02
10 Athens made a scheduled repayment to the IMF, but faces a growing cash crisis. Official creditors won't unlock bailout aid until the new leftist gov't proposes satisfactory reforms. Meanwhile, PM Alexis Tspiras in Moscow called for an end to Western sanctions vs. Russia over Ukraine as he met Pres. Vladimir Putin.


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