PORTUGAL-FINANCE-PUBLIC-DEBT : News Photo

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(FromL) Jose Silva Peneda, President of the Economic and Social Council (CES), Abebe Selassie, International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission chief for Portugal, Jurgen Kroger, head of European Union (EU) delegation and Rasmus Ruffer, head of the European Central Bank (ECB) delegation to Portugal attend a meeting with labour union representatives at the headquartes of the Economic and Social Council (CES) in Lisbon on February 28, 2013, , as the so-called Troika of public creditors -- the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund -- began its latest review of the country's finances. Portugal was granted a financial rescue package worth 78 billion euros ($103 billion) in May 2011, in exchange for a pledge to straighten out its finances via austerity measures and economic reforms. AFP PHOTO/ PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA (Photo credit should read PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA/AFP/Getty Images)
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(FromL) Jose Silva Peneda, President of the Economic and Social Council (CES), Abebe Selassie, International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission chief for Portugal, Jurgen Kroger, head of European Union (EU) delegation and Rasmus Ruffer, head of the European Central Bank (ECB) delegation to Portugal attend a meeting with labour union representatives at the headquartes of the Economic and Social Council (CES) in Lisbon on February 28, 2013, , as the so-called Troika of public creditors -- the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund -- began its latest review of the country's finances. Portugal was granted a financial rescue package worth 78 billion euros ($103 billion) in May 2011, in exchange for a pledge to straighten out its finances via austerity measures and economic reforms. AFP PHOTO/ PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA (Photo credit should read PATRICIA DE MELO MOREIRA/AFP/Getty Images)
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