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The race to complete as many of the fourth review’s 88 prior actions as possible in the coming days is dominating the Greek government’s agenda, although what will follow the conclusion of the programme also seems to be on the mind of coalition officials.
The institutions are due to return to Athens towards the end of next week and this has put the focus back on how the government is getting on with ticking key deliverables off its long list. It is thought that about 15 of the 88 prior actions have been ...
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