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The latest indications received by the Greek government from its lenders suggest that a final decision on whether next year’s pension cuts will have to be implemented will not be taken before the Eurogroup meeting on December 3.
Until now, it had been thought that a decision might be made at the meeting of eurozone finance minister on November 5. But several reports in the Greek media on Tuesday indicated that Athens has been informed by the institutions that it will not know f...
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