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The Greek government appears to have relaxed its position on the legislation of new measures before a global deal with the institutions has been reached.
Speaking during a regular press briefing on Thursday, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said that once a staff level agreement with the institutions has been reached, Athens will look to the lenders for a deal on fiscal targets and medium-term...
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