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The Greek government sought on Wednesday to allay fears about the next programme review being drawn out over a long period of time despite the fact that Athens seems prepared to stand its ground over some of the reforms being demanded by the institutions.
Alternate Finance Minister Giorgos Houliarakis told the audience at the forum that Athens aims to complete the review by the end of October. Similar pledges have been made in the past and not been fulfilled but the fact the coalition is drawing attentio...
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