Jacob J. Lew, US Secretary of the Treasury, addresses the media during a press conference at the G7 Finance Ministers meeting in Dresden, eastern Germany, Friday, May 29, 2015. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)
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The United States warned Friday of a possible accident for the world economy if Greece and its creditors miss their June deadlines to avert a debt default.With Athens struggling to make repayments due next month, the debt standoff between Greece and its European Union partners overshadowed a meeting of policymakers from the Group of Seven rich nations otherwise held to focus on ways to get the global economy growing strongly again.Greece, which has been stuck in a deep debt crisis for the past five years, is due to pay back 300 million euros ($329.61 million) to the International Monetary Fund next Friday, although the IMF has said that deadline could be pushed back until later in June.
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