Stuck in its debt crisis but confident of progress made after two major bailouts, recession-mired Greece is unsure of what an inevitable third package will look like.
People walk past a mural in Athens, on August 27, 2013. Stuck in its debt crisis, Athens hopes for fresh European financial aid, evoking progress in the clean-up of its economy, but is unsure of what a third package should be.
Since the beginning of the debt crisis in 2010, Greece has struck two bailout deals with the EU and the International Monetary Fund, worth a total of 240 billion euros ($321 billion) that allowed the indebted country to remain in the eurozone.
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