2015-07-07T152813Z_01_YH50_RTRIDSP_3_EUROZONE-GREECE

So if the creditors keep letting them get away with renegotiaiting, Italy and others will drag it out too…

Via Washington Post:

Greece is seeking another bailout totaling at least 50 billion euros ($55 billion) from its European creditors and offering to make painful spending cuts and tax increases as it races to avert a financial meltdown, according to government sources.

Under a 10-page blueprint completed late Thursday, the country said it would undertake austerity measures worth between 12 billion and 13 billion euros ($13 billion to $14 billion), including raising taxes on cafes, bars and restaurants.

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