Greece is not considering restructuring its debt to help forge a collective solution to the European Union’s debt crisis, Bloomberg reports.

    “At the moment an extremely difficult and complicated discussion is taking place on how there will be a collective solution to the problem we have,” Greek Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou has said in an interview on Mega Television in Athens. “In this discussion there are many opinions. I want to say that the government isn’t thinking along the lines of debt restructuring.”

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