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germany's issued a new warning to grace implements reforms or they'll be no more eight athens is rapidly running out of cash the government is refusing to cut state wages or pensions jeremy stretches from c. i. b. c. , these ongoing concerns about said the grease greek say running out of cash which have been predominantly markets over the course of the last month or six weeks due to his eye them really crystallizing now and of course i think the the payment of government pensions and salaries this month will perhaps be the almost the straw that breaks the camel's back , germany's finance minister has suggested greece holds a referendum , but there is some optimism coming out of europe european economic and monetary affairs commissioner campbell scott , in the commission is greece , in the eurozone and a strong breeze in a strong euro zone but just how close grace is to default is also becoming clear a greek newspaper has reported that prime minister alexis c. plus told the i. m. f. it would not be paid last week seven hundred fifty million euros of debt without immediately quit is he in the end it did pay but only by emptying and i am f. holding accounts , tactics like that may not be an option when the next step for payment is due next month