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Any hopes that Athens had of obtaining a clearer picture at Friday’s Eurogroup about how the third review might progress failed to materialise as several doubts remained, while the emphasis from the lenders’ side was very much on the third review being completed this year.
The informal Eurogroup in Talinn ended fairly quickly and, although a number of issues relating to Greece were discussed, none of the representatives of the country’s lenders had something definitive to say about the review and the key challenges ahead.
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