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As part of the European semester package, the European Commission issued on Wednesday the first report for Greece under the enhanced surveillance framework that came into effect following the conclusion of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) programme last August.
In the agreement reached in last June’s Eurogroup the Greek authorities made commitments to continue the implementation of all key reforms adopted under the ESM programme and to complete certain key reforms against agreed deadlines.
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