18 APR 2011
• Told EU/IMF it wants to restructure - IMF source to paper
• Aims for repayment maturity extension in 2012 - source
• US’ Geithner also favours restructuring, paper says
ATHENS, April 18 (Reuters) - Greece told the IMF and the European Union earlier this month that it wants to restructure its debt and discussions on the issue are expected to start in June, Greek daily Eleftherotypia said on Monday.
Media reports that the overborrowed country is seeking a debt restructuring have been dismissed by Greece's finance minister and top EU and IMF officials.
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