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Monday’s Eurogroup is not expected to deliver any significant decisions regarding Greece’s fourth programme or its post-MoU framework.
Instead, the meeting of eurozone finance ministers is likely to rubber stamp the decision to disburse the next bailout tranche of 5.7 billion euros after the completion of the fourth review.
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