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Creditors submit Portugal's austerity plan to test

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LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Inspectors from Portugal's bailout creditors are returning to Lisbon to assess whether the government's latest austerity measures merit unblocking a due disbursement of rescue funds. Portugal's 78 billion euro ($102 billion) bailout two years ago spared the country from bankruptcy, but in return it must slash spending and debt. In what was seen as a warning over lack of...

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