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Conclusion of third review closer as extensive bill tabled by coalition
The Greek government moved a step closer to completing the third review yesterday, when it submitted to Parliament the vast multi-bill that will take care of around 50 of nearly 60 remaining prior actions.
The draft legislation, which contains 400 articles and stretches to more than 600 pages, is likely to be voted on by MPs in the full assembly on Monday, a week before eurozone finance ministers are due to meet for the first time this year. The Eurogroup...
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