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After calm summer, hectic September lies ahead for Greek government
Although August appears to be a relatively quiet month for the government, particularly compared to the previous months and last year, there is a list of 15 prior actions the government is supposed to implement by mid-September to receive the next aid tranche of 2.8 billion euros.
The milestones cover five key areas, namely privatisations, energy, the new independent revenue agency, pension reforms and bank governance.
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