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Imran Khan to meet IMF chief for talks on Pakistan bailout
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan is expected to meet the chief of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to discuss issues that have interrupted bailout negotiations, an official says.
British university given £1m bailout from watchdog
A UK university had to be given an emergency loan of almost £1 million by the higher education watchdog to stay afloat this autumn.
Greece exiting bailout in summer,  wiser with new growth model
Greece is exiting the painful bailout programs this summer after eight difficult years of acute debt crisis, wiser and with good prospects for the future which can be constructed on the foundations of a new growth model, Greek Economy and Development Deputy Minister Stergios Pitsiorlas told Xinhua.
Greece aims for quick austerity review as bailout end nears
Bailout negotiators have returned to Greece to try and reach a deal by the end of the year on the terms for the next loan payout, as the debt-plagued country prepares to end eight years of rescue funding programs next summer.
Moody's raises Greece sovereign bond rating after bailout
Credit ratings agency Moody's raised Greece's long-term issuer rating to 'Caa2' from 'Caa3' after eurozone governments extended a credit lifeline to the country.
Greece adopts more austerity measures in bailout bid
Greece's parliament has approved a new package of austerity measures needed to release the next installment of its multi-billion-dollar bailout.
Greece agrees reforms to break bailout impasse
Greece agreed on a fresh set of reforms with its eurozone creditors on Friday with hopes that Athens could unlock bailout cash in time to avert a debt default just months away.
Greece: IMF in disagreement over bailout measures
Greece's government said members of the International Monetary Fund's executive are in disagreement on bailout measures required for the debt-plagued country, complicating efforts to break an impasse in talks.
France warns ‘window is closing’ for Greek bailout deal
Michel Sapin, France’s finance minister, warned that the ‘window of opportunity’ for a deal on the next stages of Greece’s bailout program was closing, as a ministerial meeting in Brussels failed to make headway in resolving a split between Athens and the International Monetary Fund.
Italy's banks might need €52b bailout
Italy has a rescue plan for its banks. Problem solved, right? Well ... not so fast.
Eurozone unlocks €10.3b bailout loan for Greece
European officials have agreed to unlock €10.3 billion in bailout money for Greece as the International Monetary Fund made a significant climbdown in its demand for upfront debt relief for the recession-hit country.
German lawmakers to vote on Greece bailout deal
The German parliament is preparing to vote on a new bailout package recently approved by European leaders.

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