Jan. 28 (Bloomberg) -- Greece requires 145 billion euros ($192 billion) as part of a second aid package for the cash-strapped country, 15 billion euros more than was agreed in October 2011, Der Spiegel reported, citing an unidentified official from the so-called troika of European Commission, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund.
Greece needs more money because the country’s economic situation is worsening, the German magazine cited the official as saying. The gap can’t be filled by contributions from private creditors alone, it said.
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