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Greece Debt Haircut Not Up For Debate - German Finmin Spokesman

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By Reuters

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BERLIN, GERMANY (APRIL 4, 2016) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF REGULAR GOVERNMENT NEWS CONFERENCE, WITH SPOKESPEOPLE OF DIFFERENT MINISTRIES SEATED ON PODIUM (SOUNDBITE) (German) GERMAN FINANCE MINISTRY SPOKESMAN, MARTIN JAEGER, SAYING: "We don't see why it shouldn't work, provided Greece's good will and political vigour. The troika is again holding talks in Athens and we continue to hope that although the starting point is difficult, we will come to a positive end. Let me just add one thing: a debt haircut is not up for debate at the moment." WIDE OF REPORTERS SEATED (SOUNDBITE) (German) GERMAN FINANCE MINISTRY SPOKESMAN, MARTIN JAEGER, SAYING: "The minister (Wolfgang Schaeuble) and (IMF Managing Director Christine) Mrs. Lagarde held talks. We both believe that Germany and the IMF will not be divided (on Greece). And concerning your first question, we still believe it's realistic to complete the Greek programme until the Greek Easter, so the end of April, beginning of May." REPORTERS SEATED SPOKESPEOPLE AND REPORTERS GETTING UP TO LEAVE
Dateline: 2016

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110344806
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Editorial
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00:01:40
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Berlin, Germany, Germany
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