As the deadline to secure Greek debt looms optimism that a deal might be reached is failing, ITV News Europe Editor James Mates reports.
Eurozone finance ministers have until next Tuesday to reach an agreement on the Greek economy.
The Greek government's current plan relies largely on riaising taxes, something the IMF is unhappy with.
The IMF is insisting that there are cuts as well as tax rises, especially to pensions. The Greek Prime Minister has reacted furiously to those demands and said his country is not being treated fairly.
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There has been optimism before, but new external pressures may now force a deal over the Greek debt crisis, writes Richard Edgar.