A "real fix," not a "quick fix," is what the International Monetary Fund wants for the Greek economy, IMF chief Christine Lagarde said at a conference in Malaysia. Lagarde has disagreed with others in the eurozone calling for a two-year extension for Greece to meet creditor targets. But on Wednesday she said that "all partners share the same objectives and have the same concern to make sure that Greece is back on track and returns to economic stability and reaccess market as soon as possible."

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