Greek voters are likely to get a reward for backing pro-europarties, with European creditors set to ease bailout terms on thedebt-swamped country mired in the fifth year of recession.

A first step will be when Greece's still to-be-formed governmentrequests modifications to the 240 billion-euro ($303 billion)rescue programs, leading to a revision of Greece'seconomic-performance targets sometime before September, a Europeanofficial told reporters in Brussels today.

Europe floated the relief as the victor in the June 17 Greekelection, Antonis Samaras of the New Democracy party, acceleratedpreparations for a coalition government including his historicSocialist rivals with a mandate to loosen the bailout constraintswhile keeping Greece in the euro.

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