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More than half of Germans think planned Greek deal is bad: poll

In the YouGov survey seen by German newspaper Welt am Sonntag, 56% of respondents said the plan for such a deal with Greece was bad

Greece Crisis

Reuters  |  Berlin 

More than half of Germans think the planned deal with Greece is bad and many would have preferred that the crisis-stricken country left the euro zone rather than getting the chance for further aid, according to an opinion poll. Lawmakers in Germany, the biggest contributor to euro zone bailouts, on Friday gave their go-ahead for the currency bloc to negotiate a third bailout for Greece that could total 86 billion euros ($93 billion) over three years.Read more from our special coverage on "GREECE CRISIS"T C A Ranganathan: Greek crisis raises rating issuesGermany, not Greece, should ...

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First Published: Sun, July 19 2015. 08:02 IST