MORE CUTS SOUGHT: Greece's rescue creditors pressed it to further scale back the public work force and workers' pay rights.
NOT NEW TAXES: The International Monetary Fund's top official in Greece said the country has "reached the limit of what can be achieved through raising taxes."
GOALS MISSED: Greece has admitted it will miss its deficit targets this year as its revenues remain weak despite draconian tax hikes. But Prime Minister Lucas Papademos promised to speed to painful reforms as needed.
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