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Greek crisis: Syriza has finally blinked

The possibility of a deal has re-emerged but it is still not a shoo-in

By George Magnus  

A bank employee distributes tags with queue positions to pensioners as they wait outside the main gate of the national bank of Greece. © AP Photo/Emilio Morenatti

Things are now picking up momentum in the run-up to the meeting of European finance ministers tomorrow, and the mood music is changing. The default position of Greece leaving the euro has switched to the possibility that…

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