26 Jun 2015
Crucial talks between Greece and their international creditors ended last night after hour of talks without a deal being reached. According to one senior Eurozone politician “not much progress was made.”
Today’s EU meeting is the last chance for Greece, IMF, ECB and the European to broker a deal over Greece’s debt.
Following the meeting Greek Prime Minister, Alex Tsipras, lashed out against his countries creditors after they rejected his latest proposal to cut government spending. The IMF want the Greeks to increase the state retirement age to 67 and close a number of loop holes allowing many Greeks to ...