Hopes of swift deal on contingent measures doused by technical, political complications

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The chances of Greece and its lenders achieving an agreement this week so an emergency Eurogroup can be held on Thursday appear to be receding by the hour.

Athens and the institutions have yet to agree on how the 2 percent of GDP (3.6 billion euros) in contingent measures could be legislated and it seems that they will not be able to bridge this gap by Thursday.

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