Greece Seen Needing $41 Billion in Challenge to CreditorsRainer Buergin, James G. Neuger and Brian Parkin
Greece may need as much as 32.6 billion euros ($41 billion) in extra financing through 2016, putting pressure on a German-led bloc of creditors to make concessions in order to prevent a renewed flareup of the European debt crisis.
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