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Key obstacles remain in bailout negotiations for pressured govt
The government has proclaimed progress in the latest talks with the institutions, which were due to continue on Wednesday, but it remains to be seen whether there have been any significant advances towards a staff-level agreement (SLA) and a conclusion of the review.
Finance Ministry sources said after Tuesday’s night talks that Greece and the lenders are closer on a range of issues but admitted that differences remain over two of the most sensitive matters that need to be settled: Labour reforms and a package of fi...
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