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The European Commission is due to publish on Wednesday the third enhanced surveillance report, highlighting that recent fiscal interventions by the government have cast doubt over whether this year’s primary surplus target will be reached.
The report is also expected to underline the areas in which Athens has not been keeping up with the desired pace of reforms or even breaching commitments made to Greece’s creditors.
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