Daily Archives: July 20, 2011

Senior eurozone officials – including finance ministry negotiators in the “euro working group” and sherpas to all 17 presidents and prime ministers – have moved their pre-summit meeting in Brussels (originally scheduled for this evening) to 9am tomorrow, a sign they still need more time to hammer out a deal on a Greek bail-out ahead of Thursday’s much-anticipated emergency summit.

But as we reported in today’s paper, after the working group held a teleconference on Friday, the European Commission prepared a “policy options” paper outlining the possibilities they’re looking at (our worthy rivals at Reuters also got their hands on a copy).

As has become our practice, we thought we’d give Brussels Blog readers a bit more insight into what the leaked options paper had to say, after the jump. Read more >>