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The discussions between the Greek government and the institutions that resumed last Monday concluded, as had been scheduled, on Friday and have left Athens with numerous matters to take care of in the coming days.
A wide range of issues were touched upon from fiscal and labour reforms to public administration and education, including both the pending prior actions as well as preparation for the second programme review.
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