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Greece scrambling for cash as 2b euro debt payments fall due

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The Greek government says it has a plan to "enhance its liquidity" and won't have problems meeting its obligations. But Germany says Greek leaders are lying to their people.

Athens

GREECE will begin debating measures to boost liquidity as the cash-starved country braces for more than two billion euros (S$2.9 billion) in debt payments on Friday.

Unable to access bailout funding and locked out of capital markets, the government will outline emergency