Wed, 20 Jun 2012 7:57a.m.
A coalition government could be formed by mid-Wednesday (Thursday NZT) in Greece, the head of the country's socialist party said Tuesday, easing the nation from political limbo as it struggles to deal with a financial crisis that has affected Europe's economy and markets around the world.
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