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WROCLAW, Poland (AP) ? Greece’s international rescue partners will decide in October whether to give it a batch of bailout loans needed to keep it from a disastrous bankruptcy, the head of the eurozone finance ministers’ group said Friday. The next ?8 billion ($11 billion) installment of Greece’s bailout package depends on a review of the country’s finances. But officials from the eurozone and the International Monetary Fund have delayed their assessment amid questions about whether Greece was doing enough to cut its deficit.

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