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Bailout review to continue in Athens, lenders identify key tasks ahead
The Eurogroup held in Brussels on Monday concluded that the institutions’ mission chiefs will return to Athens as soon as Tuesday to resume discussions on the ground with the aim of a swift conclusion of the first programme review by Easter.
The officials did not give a precise timeline regarding the review given that so many issues remain open. However, they did express a desire to have the inspection wrapped up by Easter. They did not specify if this meant Catholic Easter on March 27 or t...
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