G7 finance chiefs discuss growth risks, urge deal on Greece
* Growth worries top agenda for G7 finance chiefs
* Market volatility adds to risks for global recovery
* G7 officials discussing Greece on sidelines of talks
* U.S. presses Europe, IMF to show flexibility on Greece
* IMF, EU officials say much work to do for Greece deal
By Gernot Heller and Paul Carrel
DRESDEN, Germany, May 28 (Reuters) - Finance chiefs from the Group of Seven economic powers met on Thursday to discuss how to revive a faltering global recovery, with the United States leaning on Europe to reach a deal to avert a Greek bankruptcy.
The threat of a Greek default, rising oil prices and bond market turmoil are fuelling investor nervousness about an unwinding of the global economic recovery. A slowdown in China -- not present at the talks in Dresden, Germany -- is adding to the concern.
Speaking before meeting the Group of Seven finance chiefs, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said there was still a lot of work to do before Greece and its international lenders could clinch a cash-for-reforms deal. Continued...