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Eurogroup grants short-term debt relief but leaves Athens fretting over fiscal targets and IMF
Monday’s Eurogroup concluded with eurozone finance ministers agreeing to the short-term debt relief measures proposed by the European Stability Mechanism but leaving several lingering questions about other key issues.
While the agreement on debt relief wraps up one loose end for the government, as well as providing a welcome boost that will lead to Greek debt being reduced by around 20 percentage points over the decades to come, the Eurogoup’s position on the medium-...
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