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Multi-bill and MTFS heading to Parliament for conclusion of fourth review
The multi-bill containing the legislation that aims to wrap up the remaining prior actions is due to be submitted to Parliament on Friday along with the 2019-2022 Medium-Term Fiscal Strategy (MTFS) as Greece moves a step closer to completing the fourth review.
The details of the MTFS were unveiled on Tuesday by Greece’s Fiscal Council, while Alternate Finance Minister Giorgos Houliarakis also briefed SYRIZA MPs about some of its details.
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