05/02/12 09:33 CET
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Greece has got until the end of Sunday to agree a deal that will allow a vital second bailout loan of 130 billion euros.
Negotiations continue with the so-called ‘troika’ of EU and IMF inspectors, with the sticking point being labour reforms.
The lack of agreement is holding up the restructuring of the country’s privately-held debt.
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