In the end it will come down to a choice for Athens: pay salaries of public servants or pay international debtors. Bloomberg. by Peter Spence.
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Asian stocks advanced, with Japan's Topix index climbing from a 7 1/2-year high. The euro slipped against most peers as Greek leaders said the country can't take any more austerity and it's time for creditors to compromise.
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