Troika document reveals thorny issues, coalition's commitments to conclude review

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Following a meeting with the Prime Minister Antonis Samaras yesterday, the Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis outlined to reporters the timeline for the completion of the current long-lasting troika review.

Hardouvelis indicated that the troika would return to Athens in early January, while an agreement would be clinched by the January 26 Eurogroup. This timeline is subject to the outcome of presidential elections with the third and most crucial vote sched...

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