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The process for Greece to return to the international bond markets did not begin on Monday, despite some of the local media predicting in the previous days that this would be the case.
Government officials remained tight-lipped on when or if a trial bond might be issued. In official, albeit anonymous comments to the local media, officials said no decision has been taken yet, repeating the mantra that Athens is following market develop...
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