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Greece receives list of milestones for next bailout sub-tranche
The Eurogroup Working Group (EWG) reportedly agreed on Thursday evening the second list of milestones Greece has to implement in the next three weeks for the disbursement of the next sub-tranche of 1 billion euros by December 18.
The 2016 budget that was tabled in Parliament on November 20 is scheduled to be voted on December 5. This means that December will be another busy period for the Greek government.
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