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STORY: JUNCKER: GREEK AID TALKS NEXT WEEKDATELINE: Nov 23, 2011LENGTH: 0:03:52LOCATION: AthensPKGINTRO:Greek public debt has risen 7 percent higher than three months ago, pushing the indebted eurozone state ever closer to default.But thanks to continued divisions over EU demands, Athens is still negotiating the release of a new bailout tranche of agreed last year.Eurogroup President Jean-Claude Juncker now says a decision could be made on the aid as early as next week.PKG:The Greek Finance Ministry announced Tuesday that Greek public debt rose to just over 360 billion euros, or 165.3 percent of GDP by the end of September.The figure was 7 percent higher than three months ago, and 23.6 percent more than that of the same period last year.On the same day, coalition government Prime Minister Lucas Papademos negotiated with his European counterparts and the IMF for the release of a new tranche of aid agreed in 2010.After meeting with Papademos in Luxemburg on Tuesday, Eurogroup President Je Powered by Producer : Xinhua News Agency

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