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Some progress made as Greek programme review heads for break
Greece and its lenders concluded on Sunday the current phase of bailout discussions, which started in Athens on March 9, but with no agreement on the issues that are preventing a conclusion of the first review of the third programme.
He break in the talks comes ahead of Catholic Easter this Sunday but negotiations are due to resume at the beginning of April. “The mission chiefs will return to Athens on April 2 to resume the discussions with a view to conclude as soon as possible”, a...
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