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Will Tsipras move to centre stage to secure deal with lenders?
Greece enters a crucial week in its negotiations with its lenders, with Athens expected to produce a revised list of reforms within the next few days in order for there to be a chance of eurozone finance ministers to give their approval on the April 24 Eurogroup.
As Greece’s options narrow so the role of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras moves into sharper focus. There are questions about whether Tsipras will again take control of negotiations as he did at the last minute in February to secure the four-month extensi...
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