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European governments will find a way of tiding Greece past next week’s bill redemption as the pieces of an updated aid package take longer than planned to fall into place, a European official said.

While finance ministers on Nov. 12 are unlikely to sign off on 31.5 billion euros ($40 billion) of fresh loans, the result won’t be an “accidental default” for Greece when 5 billion euros of bills mature on Nov. 16, the official told reporters in Brussels today on condition of anonymity.

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