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nnnnn time is running out to find a compromise not miss the tricky you pay most is hoping to clinch a deal to stop greece going bust the threat of greece leaving the euro zone edging ever closer off the cash for reform talks broke down at the weekends athens and its international creditors blame each other for the deadlock the nation he's just two weeks one look much needed aid before facing a one point six , french president francois hollande says there's little time left to avoid corrects it please you to please you knuffle france's position is that it does not want to impose further sacrifices on small pensions on greece , it is asking for alternative proposals one has to get his work but there is little sign of what that compromise might look like greek finance minister yanis varoufakis tending a german newspaper , he is not , he says that the creek negotiators are available at any time to find a solution , the next installment is set for thursday when finance ministers review the standoff , one u. s. official saying that it's nearly time for chris to decide take it or leave it