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The Greek government is hoping to table in Parliament early next week the new bill for the protection of primary residences from foreclosures after another round of talks with local bankers on Thursday.
Reports on Friday suggested that several issues were settled during the discussions, although a couple of technical details will require a final decision from Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. The draft law, which has been sent or will be sent this weekend...
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