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Prime Minister Antonis Samaras received timely words of encouragement from European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso on Wednesday but his government still finds itself in a tricky position ahead of the troika's return to Athens later this month, when a final decision will have to be taken on home foreclosures.
Samaras returns to Athens for a vote on the 2014 budget on Saturday night and another on the unified property tax next week but it is the foreclosures issue that is likely to nag away at him for the next few days. It is one of several loose ends Greece ...
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