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New round of talks on second review begin with labour reforms high on agenda
The second round of discussions between the Greek government and the institutions’ mission chiefs as part of the second programme review is due to begin on Tuesday with three meetings, according to Finance Ministry sources.
In an interview with the public broadcaster ERT on Saturday, Labour Minister Efi Achtsioglou repeated that the government’s key weapon in negotiations with lenders is the report of the international experts that was tabled at the end of September.
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