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The institutions are returning to Athens this week with the aim of having a staff-level agreement (SLA) in place before Monday’s Eurogroup.
There appears to be optimism on all sides that the SLA can be clinched before the visiting officials are due to leave on Saturday, paving the way for the next bailout tranche of at least 5 billion euros to be disbursed in January.
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