Imf Approves $36.7 Billion Bailout For Greece

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund on Thursday approved a 28 billion euro ($36.7 billion) bailout for Greece, part of a broader international rescue package for the debt-strapped euro zone member.

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