Prior actions completed, coalition now faces up to first review and contentious reforms

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The race to complete the second set of prior actions demanded by Greece’s lenders before Christmas appears to have been completed, providing the government with a much-needed injection of funds and a short break before a new round of negotiations begins.

The Health Ministry confirmed on Monday that a ministerial decision adjusting downwards the price that Greece’s main public healthcare provider EOPYY will pay diagnostic centers for a range of tests had been signed.

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