Struggling to fix its broken economy, debt-choked Greece is considering ways to stretch out the repayment period for a €110 billion crisis loan, a move that would keep the Athens government from restructuring the country’s toxic debt.
The idea, whispered among financial experts for months, surfaced last week as Greece’s debt woes were compounded by revelations that the country’s gross borrowing needs would soar.
It is expected to rise...
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