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Lenders also require health and labour market reforms from gov't in next months
While the attention regarding the key deliverables outlined in the third memorandum of understanding (MoU) has fallen on the areas of fiscal policy, pension reform, energy market and privatisation, there are a series of measures that have to be implemented that relate to health care and the labour market.
Another prior action involved the reduction of the price of all off-patent drugs to 50 percent and all generics to 32.5 percent of the patent price as well as establishment of claw backs for 2015 for diagnostics and private clinics.
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