Varoufakis defends reshaped Greek reform agenda

Yanis Varoufakis. Copyright European Union

Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis today defended his government's controversial reform agenda, arguing it must be tailored to the country's unique needs as well as satisfying the demands of its creditors.

Greece is still battling to achieve a compromise that will allow it to pay its debts before already-scarce funds dry up completely.

Speaking at a conference in Paris organised by the Institute for New Economic Thinking, Varoufakis said the compromise deal struck with the Eurogroup in Febr

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