Some want to extend Greece’s debt-fix time

Posted: November 13, 2012 at 3:21 a.m.

A homeless person sleeps on a subway ventilation grill Monday in Athens as commuters enter Syntagma station. Greece is waiting for the next $40 billion installment of its bailout loan before it faces a bond repayment due Friday.

Greece’s international creditors are proposing that they grant the country two more years to meet its debt-reduction targets as the country enters its sixth consecutive year of recession, according to a draft document The Associated Press obtained Monday.

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