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The departure of the institutions from Athens on Friday gives the Greek government a chance to regroup ahead of a new round of talks next week, although these will be via teleconference to begin with.
The lenders leave having reached some convergence with Athens but without having resolved the three biggest obstacles to an agreement. The issues that will have to be addressed next week, before the Eurogroup on March 20, are the new fiscal measures dem...
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