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Greece’s Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA) issued this week its finance strategy for next year, which also outlines how the country’s market access since the summer of 2017 has been progressively built and gives a detailed profile of Greece’s current debt structure.
Moving towards the end of the programme in August 2018, and with the aim of building a cash buffer through a combination of own means and ESM financing that would act as a safety net in the post-progamme era, Greece had a series of issuances that gradua...
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