Grexit strategy: How much money does Greece owe, which countries does it owe and when does it have to pay its debts?

 
Emma Haslett
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The IMF has already hinted that it won't put off debt repayments (Source: Getty)

As Greece teeters on the brink of default (again), it looks like its lenders are losing patience. Yields on Greek bonds soared this morning after it was reported that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) had gently asked the country not to request a delay on its debt repayments.

But how much does Greece actually owe, who does it owe, and when does it need to pay? A note by UBS published earlier this month helpfully pulled together Greece's entire repayment schedule over the next couple of months. The bad news is, the IMF is its biggest creditor over the next two months. So Alexis Tsipras, Greece's new prime minister, may have to try a little harder to persuade it...

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