The International Monetary Fund says it may consider making adjustments to the terms of a Greek bailout after the organization's inspection team visits Athens early next week.
IMF spokesman Gerry Rice told reporters in Washington Thursday. that following the inspection's team visit, a "negotiating team" will then visit Greece to discuss any new ideas or plans that the new government in Athens can offer to meet its bailout conditions.
Greece's new prime minister Antonis Samaras, while pledging to push ahead with an economic overhaul in his country, had asked fellow European leaders to loosen austerity measures for Athens' bailout package saying an adjustment is necessary since Greece is in the grips of a severe economic recession.
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