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i think he always smiles but still no deal the euro group winding up greek bailout talks a wednesday after barely an hour ministers accusing absence of refusing to compromise , it's of course going down to the wire , uh but i don't see it as a as a waste of time because now we will have a meeting tomorrow at one o'clock and hopefully a concrete proposal on the table my , sitting saying at least he brought something to read while they waited , cifras had spent the whole afternoon with creditors including im f. chief christine lagarde an e. c. b. president mario druggie but they failed to make a break through the key sticking points taxes pensions and greece's colossal debt pile , royce's european editor paul taylor says the stakes couldn't be higher , it's about the future shape of the euro zone willa country be allowed to leave in fact push towards leaving if it is one of the implications of that , when the euro was created %HESITATION the its founders said that it would be irrevocable if it isn't irrevocable for crieff agrees then sometime down the road financial markets again to ask when the next crisis strikes who's the next greece , officials warning the talks could drag on for another two days , the more concessions sopris makes the more resistance he'll face back home , as rich h. q. a senior official labeled the latest proposals from predators as blackmail , but without a deal by saturday endorsed by the greek lawmakers and devotion the german parliament on monday greece won't have the cash to pay back the i. m. f. on tuesday