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Debt, fiscal path still divide lenders ahead of Washington Group meeting
All eyes will be on Friday’s meeting of the so-called Washington Group at the sidelines of the International Monetary Fund’s Spring Meetings, with Athens hoping that the gathering of some of its lenders will provide greater clarity about the upcoming programme exit.
The meeting marks another milestone on the path towards the completion of the third programme, which expires on August 20. The next stop is the Eurogroup that is due to take place in Sofia on April 24. Greece is expected to formally submit its growth st...
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