Marcus Bensasson

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Reporter for Bloomberg News, covering the Greek economy from Athens

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Greece today became the first developed country to default on a payment to the International Monetary Fund. It owes $1.7 billion it does not have.

Greece Defaults on IMF Loan Payments

Greece today became the first developed country to default on a payment to the International Monetary Fund. It owes $1.7 billion it does not have.

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