For debt-mired Greece, the EU’s decision to g rant Athens more time to repay its bailout loan spelled relief.
Still, there was a tradeoff: strict adherence to austerity measures prescribed by the country’s international lenders, plus the biggest sell-off yet of Greek public property.
‘‘We’re far from coming out of the deep,” said Athens-based financial analyst Costas Stoupas. ‘‘But Greece has managed to win some additional time required to press ahead...
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