Tsipras warns Greece of ‘difficult compromise’ after creditors’ default threat

The Greek prime minister has warned his country to prepare for a “difficult compromise” with EU and IMF creditors. Greece has submitted its last chance proposal to Brussels to avert a catastrophic default by Athens.

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2 thoughts on “Tsipras warns Greece of ‘difficult compromise’ after creditors’ default threat”

  1. The sooner they exit the better….we will see… Good luck to them for trying to compromise with the IMF…I would not. Problem is Tsipras and Yannis V. are being handicapped by their own people who want to stay in the EU.
    Most wealthy people have got their money out…..I listened to what was being said by the locals whilst at the taverna
    …a dire situation.
    My friends voted Tsipras…

  2. Leaving the EU will not help them but is default something they can do and survive – I think so, if they adopt strategies that helped Argentina unload the IMF for at least a decade.

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