Greece’s negotiators didn’t bring a new set of reform proposals to Tuesday’s Eurogroup meeting and will instead present a new plan on Wednesday, the Financial Times reported. Greek officials in Brussels, including new Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos, were expected to discuss a range of economic overhauls with eurozone finance ministers after the “no” vote in Sunday’s referendum. Eurogroup President Jeroen said ahead of the meeting that Athens’ new reform package must be “credible” in order for the lenders to release more bailout aid.
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