Greece passes bailout-related amendments, hopes for loan disbursal in days

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Having passed the amendments requested by the institutions so the programme review can be completed, the government is looking forward to getting its hands on the much-needed 7.5-billion-euro tranche.

Government MPs approved on Thursday night five amendments to laws that lenders were unhappy with. Originally there were four pieces of legislation (on the EKAS benefit for low-income pensioners, the privatisation of electricity transmission company ADMI...

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