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Athens hopeful release of 970 mln will be approved at Friday's Eurogroup
There is growing optimism in Athens that Friday’s informal gathering of eurozone finance ministers will result in a green light for the disbursement of 970 million euros as part of the latest round of debt relief measures.
The Greek government is hoping that the April 5 Eurogroup in Bucharest will recognise that the second post-programme review has been concluded after Greek Parliament approved last week the legislation for the creation of a new framework to protect prima...
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