IMF team leaves Brussels with no deal on Greek debt

11th June, 2015
Still no deal for embattled Greece

The IMF team negotiating with Greece over its debt has left Brussels after failing to make any progress on a deal that would help the struggling nation to avoid a default.

“The ball is very much in Greece’s court,” International Monetary Fund spokesman Gerry Rice told reporters at a media briefing in Washington. “There are major differences between us in most key areas. There has been no progress in narrowing these differences recently,” he said....

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