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Wednesday’s Eurogroup is expected to result in eurozone finance ministers approving the conclusion of the fourth enhanced surveillance review and the next round of debt relief measures, but will not include a discussion on how Greece can use the bond profits it will receive.
Speaking to journalists in Brussels on Monday, a senior eurozone official confirmed that the Eurogroup is set to rubber stamp the successful completion of the review in the wake of the positive assessment given by the European Commission. This will lead...
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