Greece completes three-year EU bailout programme

Will be able to borrow on financial markets for first time in eight years

Mike Sheen
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In the wake of the crisis, Greece was provided with more than €260bn in loans by the eurozone and the IMF
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In the wake of the crisis, Greece was provided with more than €260bn in loans by the eurozone and the IMF

Greece will be free to borrow money on its own terms for the first time in eight years after successfully completing a three-year eurozone bailout programme.

In the wake of its debt crisis, Greece was given loans amounting to more than €260bn by the eurozone and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), under strict conditions that forced the country into a series...

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