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There is a growing feeling in Athens that the government is gradually moving closer to the institutions and the two sides are genuinely trying to reach a technical agreement by April 7, when eurozone finance minister are due to meet in Malta.
However, the two obstacles in their path are the issues which have yet to be settled (labour reforms and energy market liberalisation) and the potential political backlash in Greece to some of the measures, particularly the sale of Public Power Corporat...
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