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Greece forced to revisit prickly subject of pension spending to conclude review
The Greek government is due to resume negotiations with the institutions in Athens on Tuesday, when pension reform is expected to be one of the most prominent and sensitive issues that will be discussed.
Pension reform was one of the key issues in the first programme review, which was concluded in June 2016.
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