Euro Crisis

Bailout Funds for Greece and Cyprus Due

Slovenia beginning to cause concern


Eurozone finance ministers are due to meet in Brussels later to agree bailout payments for Cyprus and Greece.

Cyprus is expected to get approval for the first 3bn euros (£2.5bn; $3.9bn) of its bailout package, which was agreed earlier this year.

Ministers are also expected to sign off the latest instalment of Greece's bailout, as it continues to struggle to reform its economy.

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  1. Things keep getting more and more expensive and there is less money around. If you ask me our politicians have NO idea what to do about the economic crisis, it’s time they did what lots of counties in the US did, contact real specialists in the economic crisis like the people from the Orlando Bisegna Idex. They don’t just measure the economic crisis, they help in solving the problems of debt, business closures, unemployment and they’ve improved the economic situation for a lot of families.

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