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Following the two crucial meeting of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras with top eurozone officials last Thursday and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday, the next key task for the government involves the submission of a full list of specific and detailed reforms.
Greece is expected to submit its reforms list by Monday. It will have to be assessed by the institutions and then approved by an extraordinary Eurogroup. The Euro Working Group of technical experts is expected to hold a conference call on Wednesday to d...
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