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Lenders set to keep coalition waiting for answer on pension cuts
The Greek government is likely to have to wait until the December 3 Eurogroup until it finds out whether its request for next year’s pension cuts to be shelved will be accepted by the country’s lenders.
A senior eurozone official told journalists in Brussels on Monday that the December meeting of finance ministers seems the most likely point at which a decision will be taken. This is something of a setback for Athens, which had been hoping the matter w...
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