Greece’s parliament approved a law to permit an exchange of Greek debt with private bondholders aimed at slicing €107 billion off the country’s debt burden, a key element of a new financing package designed to avert the collapse of the economy.
The law was passed by a majority, acting speaker Anastasios Kourakis said in statements carried live on state-run Vouli TV. The bill includes collective action clauses that can enforce losses...
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