Finance chiefs give Greece more time to trim its deficit.
By James G. Neuger and Jonathan Stearns|November 13, 2012 at 06:14 AM
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Euro finance chiefs left unanswered how they’ll fill a fresh hole in Greece’s balance sheet without tapping their own bailout-weary taxpayers for money after giving the country two extra years to trim its budget deficit.
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