Greece agrees with troika, looks to tranche release and redistribution of surplus

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Following seven months of discussions and lengthy meetings over the past few days Prime Minister Antonis Samaras announced in a televised address on Tuesday that Greece and the troika have agreed on all the key aspects of the drawn-out review of the Greek adjustment programme.

The conclusion of the talks confirms that concerns over the last few months of a breakdown in negotiations between the two sides were unfounded.

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