Greek Debt Buy-back Will Not Apply To Greece's Pension Funds: Pm

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek pension funds will not take part in a debt buy-back that is a key part of the country's international bailout, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said in a newspaper interview.

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