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Multi-bill passed, sub-tranche released but debt relief expectations dwindling
Expectations for the debt relief package that may be agreed at next week’s Eurogroup are being kept low and the interventions that are due to be announced look set to fall below the bar set by the Greek government.
All the attention of Greece and its lenders is shifting towards the debt relief discussion after Greek Parliament approved on Thursday the multi-bill related to the prior actions of the fourth review. The draft legislation and the amendment to the ENFIA...
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