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The brief respite for the government from bailout-related tasks is coming to an end as focus is gradually moving towards the next bailout review and the prior actions that Athens has to complete.
Returning from a short summer break, Greece’s ministers have a range of duties to undertake if the coalition is going to live up to its goal of completing the review as quickly as possible. The government has suggested that it would like to finish the p...
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