German Chancellor Angela Merkel (L) confer with Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble during a debate in the Bundestag, the German lower house of parliament in Berlin on July 17, 2015. AFP PHOTO / JOHN MACDOUGALL
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Germany Thursday said Berlin and Paris were seeking further information on Greece's plans to privatize parts of its economy before approving a third bailout package.A deputy to Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, Jens Spahn, told Deutschlandfunk public radio that the 400-page draft agreement between Greece and its creditors appeared to largely implement a watershed accord with European leaders from July.But he said Germany and France were still seeking clarification on key points and hoped to get answers at a meeting this week of eurozone finance ministers.
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