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There were words of encouragement for Greece regarding the swift conclusion of the second review at Monday’s Eurogroup but also mixed views on whether Athens can expect the detailing of anything more than short-term debt relief measures if the inspection is wrapped up by the next meeting of eurozone finance ministers on December 5.
The Eurogroup briefly took stock of the state of play in the second programme review, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said at the press conference that followed the Eurogroup meeting on Monday afternoon.
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