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The Greek government attempted to put a positive spin on Thursday’s Eurogroup even though it seems to have come under strong pressure to adopt the fiscal measures demanded by the International Monetary Fund in advance and emerged from the Brussels meeting without any clear indication of when or under what terms the institutions will return to Athens.
According to reports, the representatives of the four institutions insisted in a meeting with Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos ahead of the Eurogroup that Athens would have to adopt the contingent measures, including a reduction to the tax-free thresh...
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