No gap in Greece aid until end of 2014 -EU Commission

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BRUSSELS, July 17 (Reuters) - There is no shortfall in Greece's financial aid for the next 12 months and the gap foreseen at the end of 2014 is small, the European Commission said on Wednesday. "The programme for Greece is fully funded for the coming 12 months, so there is no financing gap for the coming 12 months," Commission spokesman Simon O'Connor told a briefing, responding to media reports of a 10 billion euro ($13 billion) gap. "Beyond on that, the ...

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