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Deal seen on energy liberalisation as third review SLA edges closer
Just a few days are left before the institutions return to Athens in search of Staff-Level Agreement (SLA) before the December 4 Eurogroup and it appears that one of the big-ticket items in the third review has been settled.
The Greek government and the European Commission have been in negotiations for several weeks over the liberalisation of the energy market, and particularly the divestment of 40 percent of the Public Power Corporation’s (PPC) lignite-powered units. In di...
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