Clock ticking as Greece continues talks with creditors

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Publication Date 31/03/2015
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Several media sources reported in late March 2015 on the ongoing negotiations between Greece and its creditors, amid concerns the country might not have enough cash flow to deal with the next debt repayments. Some analysts stated that by 20 April 2015 Greece might run out of money.

Experts from the International Monetary Fund and the European Union continued their scrutiny of the reform plans that Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras agreed earlier in the month to provide, in a bid to receive the last €7.2bn of Greece's €240bn bailout.

Greece submitted an updated list of reform proposals on the 1 April 2015, but no rapid resolution was expected.

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