Talks between Greece and creditors end, to resume Thursday morning

By REUTERS
June 25, 2015 04:17

 
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BRUSSELS - Late night talks between the Greek government and its creditors in Brussels have ended and were expected to resume on Thursday morning ahead of a meeting of euro zone finance ministers, a source familiar with the talks said.

There were no immediate details of the outcome.

Negotiations to avert a Greek debt default stumbled on Wednesday and euro zone finance ministers accused Athens of refusing to compromise despite a deadline next week that could put it on a path out of the euro zone.

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