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Fiscal matters expected to dominate talks as lenders return for post-MoU check
The institutions are due to carry out their first post-programme inspection in Greece this week, with next year’s pension cuts topping the agenda for their brief visit to Athens.
The lenders’ technical teams were due to arrive in Athens on Monday, with the mission chiefs expected to follow on Tuesday. The whole visit is due to be wrapped up by Friday. As part of its post-MoU framework, it has been agreed that Greece will undergo...
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