Axel Weber, the president of the Bundesbank, on Monday told lawmakers in Germany's Free Democratic Party (FDP) that Greece could require more than double the €30 billion ($40 billion) it is slated to receive under the eurozone's bailout plan, according to reports.
Bloomberg, a news wire, cited two officials present at the alleged secret briefing, who it said spoke on condition of anonymity. According to the two sources, Weber said Greece could need as much as €80 billion, and expressed concern t
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