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Greece doesn't appear to have done enough to convince its European creditors to release the 2 billion euros ($2.2 billion) it's due from its financial rescue package.After a period of relative calm in its debt crisis, Greece is facing pressure to deliver on reforms to get the next installment from its bailout program, agreed on this summer.Greece has relied on bailout funds from its eurozone partners and the International Monetary Fund since the spring of 2010 and is heading back into recession after the government imposed painful controls on money transfers in late June, when it appeared the country was heading out of the euro.
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