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The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) BoD approved on Monday afternoon the disbursement of the sub-tranche of 2 billion euros to Greece after the completion of the first set of milestones as well as the financial sector measures.
A few hours later the Eurogroup welcomed the progress made so far by the Greek government and stressed that the focus has now turned to the next stages of the ESM programme. It called on the Greek authorities to accelerate the pace of its work with inst...
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