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Following a week when foreign policy dominated the political agenda in Greece, the government’s attention turns to the more mundane matters of the fifth enhanced surveillance review and pension reform in the coming days.
The institutions’ technical teams are due to begin arriving in Athens this week and even though the upcoming review is set to be less stressful than previous ones, there is a wide range of issues that needs to be covered. Negotiations are expected to fo...
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