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Talks between Greece and its lenders were due to resume in Athens on Tuesday, with the Greek side aiming for a Staff Level Agreement before Friday’s Eurogroup meeting.
The Greek government gave mixed messages about whether it is prepared to accept an extra 3 billion euros, roughly, in contingency measures on top of the 5.4 billion euros in fiscal interventions already being discussed to help seal the bailout review.
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