The Greek government has submitted what are likely to be its final proposals for unlocking bailout funds, triggering last-ditch negotiations.
The consensus among European officials appears to be that if a deal is not reached this weekend, Greece will pass the point of no return and begin a process of exiting the euro next week.
As European Council president Donald Tusk put it: "The last-chance procedure has just begun."Tight timetable
The timetable leaves little margin for error. With negotiati
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