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There was a fairly subdued reaction from the government to the outcome of Monday’s Eurogroup, although the coalition did turn its fire on the International Monetary Fund and indicated it would strive to avoid having to agree any new measures now.
Although the official statements from the government after the Eurogroup hailed the outcome, which included short-term debt relief, as a great success that sets Greece well and truly on the path to exit the crisis, the press briefing from spokesman Dimi...
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