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grant any further cash injections. According to a newspaper report it is in government circles as unthinkable to ask the parliament for approval for a third rescue package. Even Finance Minister Schäuble shows hard.
Berlin - The federal government does not seem willing to accept a defeat of Greece to avoid at all costs. Like the "Sueddeutsche Zeitung" reported that Chancellor Angela Merkel wants the country to grant any further financial assistance. It is inconceivable that Merkel once again before the parliament urge you to support and compete for a third package of Greece, the newspaper reported, citing government sources in Berlin.
Merkel had been in the recent parliamentary decisions on the debt crisis issues, the coalition largely closed to unite behind him. At another time, they'll - just in case Greece - do not take a chance.
The Greek government wants to act in the international lenders more time to implement its austerity and reform plans. The goal is to spread the austerity measures demanded by donors over 11.5 billion in 2013 and 2014 to the 2015 and 2016. Then in the second aid package pledged 130 billion euros would be enough but not well. According to SPIEGEL information, the troika is expected that additional support between ten and 50 billion euros will be needed if Greece gets more time to fulfill his goals.
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Even the patience of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) with Greece comes to an end: Senior officials have told the Brussels EU leaders to information obtained by SPIEGEL, the IMF was no longer willing to provide additional funds for Greece help.
Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble was very cautious about the claim of the government in Athens for more time for reform. "If there was a delay, it must make up for this Greece," said the CDU politician of the "Bild" newspaper. Wanted a prediction of the fate of the country in the euro-zone does not surrender Schäuble. "I'm not pre-empting the Troika. If the troika report is available, will advise the Euro Group."
Economy Minister Philipp Rösler, however, is already talking openly about a euro exit of Greece. "For me, an outlet of Greece long since lost its terror," the FDP leader said on Sunday in the ARD summer interview. He was "more than skeptical," as regards the chances of success of the Greek National Reform Programme. "If Greece can not meet its obligations, then there will be no further payments more to Greece," said Roesler.
The country is the fifth consecutive year of recession. The government in Athens has the budget deficit from 9.3 percent last year to the end of 2014 under the EU ceiling of three percent of gross domestic product (GDP) in press. This budget should be credited with an additional twelve billion €.