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Early IMF repayment next goal for Athens after concluding second post-MoU review
The Greek government is aiming to come to an arrangement with its lenders in the coming days so that it can pay off early at least some of the 10 billion euros it owes to the International Monetary Fund.
Athens is hoping to take the step towards reducing its public debt and bringing down its debt servicing costs after concluding its second post-programme review on Friday.
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