Feb. 9 (Bloomberg) -- Euro-area finance ministers meeting in Brussels today are unlikely to take major decisions on Greece’s second bailout and debt writedown, a euro-region government official said.
Ministers can’t act until Greece has completed all aspects of a deal on measures to overhaul its economy, the official said on condition of anonymity because the discussions have yet to take place. A further meeting to tie up Greece’s rescue package will probably be needed, the official said.
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