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After ECB tests, it's back to troika review for Greek coalition
After Greek banks passed the European Central Bank’s comprehensive assessment, which alleviated previous concerns about the Hellenic Financial Stability Facility (HFSF) capital buffer of 11.4 billion euros remaining intact, the next key challenge for the government is the ongoing negotiations with the troika.
The troika technical delegation is not expected to return to Athens before November 4 but negotiations proper will not be able to resume until Greece’s lenders receive the coalition’s proposals on the key pending issues.
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