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Eurogroup highlights tight schedule as differences over debt, fiscal measures brew
The main message to emerge from Monday’s Eurogroup was that Greece and its lenders are facing a tight schedule if they are to achieve their goal of completing the fourth review and settling the issues of debt relief and post-programme surveillance.
With the third review out of the way, and the confirmation that the next bailout tranche of 5.7 billion euros will be disbursed in the second half of March, all the attention is now on completing the 88 prior actions that form the fourth review and then...
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