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The Eurogroup held in Luxembourg on Saturday was the first meeting of the eurozone finance ministers after the signing of the third bailout programme and the disbursement of the first 13 billion euros. It provided an opportunity for all sides to assess the state of play.
The prior actions to secure the disbursement of the next bailout tranche of 3 billion euros will reportedly be determined in the near future. These funds are necessary for the Greek government to mainly cover its external debt obligations in the last mo...
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