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Greek bail-out hopes rise after German retreat

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Louise Armitstead, and Philip Aldrick
London Telegraph
June 18, 2011

Angela Merkel was forced to abandon Germany’s tough stance on Greek debt amid warnings a failure to yield would trigger the eurozone’s first-ever default.

With just days to go before the vital Brussels summit to agree the future of Greece, the German Chancellor agreed to back France and the European Central Bank (ECB) and ask bondholders to “voluntarily” roll-over their debts, rather than force a restructuring.

The concession came as Alan Greenspan warned a Greek default was “almost certain”. Speaking in the US, the former boss of the Federal Reserve said the chance of Greece being unable to repay its debts was “so high that you almost have to say there’s no way out”.

The urgency led to Ms Merkel and President Nicolas Sarkozy swiftly announcing the result of their crisis talks in Berlin on Friday.

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