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Debt relief options pondered as institutions prepare for Athens return
The immediate focus of the institutions, who are due back in Athens on Monday, will be on the fourth review but discussions are continuing in the background on what debt relief measures may be implemented after the conclusion of the third programme this summer.
In a letter to fellow eurozone finance ministers reviewing what was discussed at the last Eurogroup, its president Mario Centeno confirmed that the creditors are due back in Athens on May 14. It is expected that their visit will last until Saturday. Dur...
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