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Our ad campaign is a clear response to Chairman Chatterjees efforts to force millions of working families and businesses to bailout uneconomic coal and nuclear plants, Hitt said.
The IMF, which took part in Greece's two previous bailouts, has long insisted that more debt relief be part of a deal.
Debt-strapped Greece and its creditors have been at odds for months over the country's fiscal performance, delaying the conclusion of a key bailout review which could unlock needed bailout funds.
However, PSM failed to achieve the desired capacity targets even after exhausting the entire amount of the bailout package.
Meanwhile, the EU group of lenders led by Germany has insisted that it cannot release the bailout funds without the IMF's participation.
A bailout occurs when the government makes payments (including loans, loan guarantees, cash, and other types of consideration) to a liquidity-constrained private agent in order to enable that agent to pay its creditors and counterparties, when the agent is not entitled to those payments under a statutory scheme.
The bailout was approved thanks to support from opposition parties.
Greece's earlier refusal to accept harsh bailout terms was "enough to shake Americans' confidence in the US economy, but confidence then rebounded as quickly as it fell", the pollster noted.
Ms Merkel acknowledged concerns over the chances of a successful bailout but said the alternative would be chaos in Greece.
Britain Bugged Germany's Plan for BRICS Rescue Bailout for Greece in 2011
Having recourse to a second bailout plan would be a too great of a risk for the country," Passos Coelho told lawmakers the day after Portugal's creditors approved its implementation of the current programme.
A common narrative from the financial crisis of 2008 is that the federal bailout of the major banks was essential to prevent an unprecedented collapse of the markets and potentially a second Great Depression.