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Eurozone finance ministers to discuss Greek aid

November 20, 2012

BRUSSELS -- European Union officials will make a fresh try Tuesday to reach a political accord on desperately needed bailout loans for Greece -- an agreement that eluded them last week. The discussion among the finance ministers from the 17 European Union countries that use the euro will center on a ?31.5 billion ($40.2 billion) loan. But when previously frozen aid is considered along with further aid scheduled to be disbursed later this year, the total could reach ?44 billion ($56.15 billion), said a spokesman for eurogroup head Jean-Claude Juncker.

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