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Athens and lenders continue talks on outstanding actions, aiming to conclude by March 25
Discussions between the Greek government and its European lenders are continuing with the aim of the outstanding actions from the second post-programme review being completed by March 25, when the Euro Working Group (EWG) is due to meet.
The focus of the negotiations is on the new legislation for the protection of primary residences from foreclosure after the two sides failed to agree on a framework ahead of the Eurogroup meeting held on Monday.
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