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Athens accepts review's toughest fronts remain open
One day after a Bloomberg report cited a memo discussed at the last Eurogroup, which noted that almost two thirds of the second programme review prior actions have yet to be completed, the Greek government gave its own view on the state of play in the review process on Tuesday evening.
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