Europe provides $173 bln in aid, wrings concessions from private investors.
By James G. Neuger and Jonathan Stearns, Bloomberg|February 21, 2012 at 03:38 AM
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Debt-stricken Greece won a second bailout after European governments wrung concessions from private investors and tapped into European Central Bank profits to shield the euro area from a precedent-setting default.
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