Greek Premier Says Creditors Could Be Forced to Take Losses

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ATHENS — Taking direct aim at hedge funds and other private holders of Greece’s debt, Prime Minister Lucas Papademos says he will consider legislation forcing the creditors to take losses on their holdings if no agreement can be reached in critical negotiations scheduled to resume Wednesday. Multimedia Interactive Feature Tracking Europe’s Debt Crisis Related As European Union Beckons, Allure Fades for Wary Croatia (January 18, 2012) As Reforms Flag in Greece, Europe Aims to Limit Damage (January 16, 2012) Inefficient Economies Seen as Drag on Europe (January 16, 2012) Connect With Us on Twitter Follow @nytimesworld for international breaking news and headlines. In a…

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