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debt deadlock a dean negotiations stalling between greece and its international lenders , eurozone finance ministers meeting in a desperate attempt to avert a looming greek default , the country's creditors putting forward a final cash for reform plan greek ministers those seeing they'll stick to their own proposals , prime minister sit prison seemingly high spirits without a deal by the weekend to unlock frozen eight though greece's sixteen is a crucial repayment to the i. m. f. on shoes date rogers 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 , at least p. m. mature renzi seeing no deal will be reached before friday and sources cleaning german chancellor angle america says there must be a solution before markets open monday , frustration palpable on both sides , but the more concessions citrus makes them more resistance he'll face back home , but was there a deal by subsidy greece will struggle to get approved in athens and in the german bundestag efforts to continent dreamin will resume on saturday morning