A plan led by Germany and France to bail out Greece with as much as €30 billion ($41 billion) in aid began to take shape amid intense and risky jockeying between Athens and Berlin over timing and terms.
Greek officials said they expected to seal a deal by Friday, when Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou meets in Berlin with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, but senior German officials insisted a bailout wasn't imminent.
Because they want to pretend the bailout will be done, before Greece Prime Minister George Papandreou visits the White House on March 9, with a side visit with "Pallet Tim!"
ATHENS (Reuters) – will meet in an official visit on March 9, the country's press ministry said on Friday.
Heck, Pallet Tim helped misplace 363 tons of cash, or $12 billion in cash in Iraq, and no-one knows where it is!
How tough then, is an electronic bailout of Greece?
When you don't even need a pallet?