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Finance Minister Christos Staikouras was due on Friday to take up the government’s drive to convince Greece’s eurozone partners that the country is on the right track following this summer’s elections.
Staikouras is taking part in the informal Eurogroup meeting armed with the development bill made public by the government this week, as well as the decision taken a few days ago to proceed with the sale of a 30 percent stake in Athens International Airp...
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