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The Greek government is expecting to begin on Monday discussing with lenders the details of the two memoranda it has to sign following lengthy negotiations over the new measures with the institutions during the weekend.
The indications from the coalition are that all the issues have been discussed and that there are no major stumbling blocks. This raises expectations that a staff-level agreement (SLA) can be concluded this week.
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