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Greece dominates eurozone talks in Brussels

Eurozone financial ministers are considering a "soft restructuring" of Greece's debts in return for progress on its privatisation plans.

Greece got a 110bn euro ($136bn; £94bn) bail-out in 2010, but there is growing acceptance that it was not enough.

On Monday, the ministers - meeting in Brussels - approved a 78bn euro bail-out for Portugal, as the BBC's Matthew Price reports.

  • 17 May 2011
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