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Eurogroup sheds little light on how Greek review will progress
Thursday’s Eurogroup yielded little in way of tangible results for the Greek programme, apart from a clear insistence on the side of the European lenders that the International Monetary Fund should remain fully involved in the bailout.
Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem said after the meeting in Brussels that the IMF’s participation is “not negotiable.” He said that future eurozone bailouts may not require the IMF’s presence but that the Fund would have to continue its role in the Gr...
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