Greece Eyes Path to Lifeline as Fiscal Resurrection in DoubtBy , , and
Finance chiefs gather in Amsterdam to assess bailout progress
IMF's Lagarde questions accuracy of Greek economic data
Almost seven years after sparking the euro-area debt crisis, Greece faces a new budget confrontation with creditors amid fresh German warnings that its long-term success is far from assured and the International Monetary Fund raising questions about the latest economic data.
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