Portugal Starts Bailout Talks; Deal Seen

LISBON (Reuters) - Portugal launched talks on Tuesday with European authorities and the IMF on a bailout the caretaker government said it needs to pay the country's dues from June, as politicians jostled ahead of a general election.

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