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Greece’s beleaguered prime minister Antonis Samaras has offered last-minute concessions to persuade opposition lawmakers toKerin Hope in Athens
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The eurozone has been in limbo in 2014: no longer in the depths of crisis but not yet firmly on the road to the recovery.Stephanie Flanders
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