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Another week devoted to drafting and voting new legislation awaits the government, which aims to complete the remaining bailout measures ahead of the May 24 Eurogroup.
Another 1 percent of GDP in fiscal measures (mostly indirect tax rises) are needed, along with the final framework for the sale of non-performing loans and the privatisation fund. The government will also have to legislate the fiscal mechanism demanded ...
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