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As the dust settles from Wednesday’s inconclusive Eurogroup, it is difficult to assess with certainty whether events in Brussels leave Greece and the eurozone closer or further from an agreement.
The meeting of eurozone finance ministers did not lead to an unsolvable rift between Athens and its partners but at the same time it left enough issues open to ensure that the outcome of Monday’s Eurogroup cannot be deemed a foregone conclusion.
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