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No return of institutions after Eurogroup but talks to continue in Brussels
Monday’s Eurogroup in Brussels proved inconclusive as far as the Greek review is concerned but did result in some hope that efforts to conclude the review would intensify in the coming days.
Before eurozone finance ministers gathered in the Belgian capital, the institutions held talks with Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos. It appears some progress was made at that meeting and a decision was taken for the negotiations between the len...
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