Greek reform proposals set for broad approval but include some political obstacles

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The reform proposals sent to Greece's lenders on Tuesday include a number of ambitious goals that are likely to receive wide support within the country but also contain several points which will sit uncomfortably with members of the government.

Perhaps the most positive aspect of the reform package is that it has received swift approval from Greece's creditors (apart from the International Monetary Fund, which expressed some reservations), allaying any fears of further tension in the coming da...

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