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Syriza will have to honor all Greek debts and continue reforms if it takes power but the eurozone might agree to wait longer to be repaid, officials in Brussels say.The left-wing party led by Alexis Tsipras, which heads opinion polls nine days before elections, is pledging to negotiate a debt reduction and an end to budget austerity but says it is committed to keeping Greece in the eurozone.Eurozone finance ministers agreed in late 2012 that once Greece reached a primary surplus, as it did last year, they would find ways to ease the debt burden for Athens in order to help bring it down from 177 percent of GDP to below 110 percent by 2020 .
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