Nikos Chrysoloras

Bloomberg News

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Greece and Cyprus bureau chief, based in Athens for Bloomberg News

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Greece faces a payment to the International Monetary Fund at the end of this month; $1.8 billion is due on total debts of $242.8 billion.

Greece Ready to Reject Deal, as 'Grexit' Looms

Greece faces a payment to the International Monetary Fund at the end of this month; $1.8 billion is due on total debts of $242.8 billion.

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