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A Eurogroup meeting that will potentially be decisive for the conclusion of Greece’s bailout review is due to be held on May 9 but it is still not clear how Athens and its creditors will arrive at an agreement on the process of defining the extra 2 percent of GDP in standby measures needed for the negotiations to be wrapped up successfully.
The announcement late on Thursday that eurozone finance ministers will gather in Brussels in 10 days’ time in an attempt to conclude the review was welcomed in Athens, which reacted angrily to the decision not to hold the extra Eurogroup this Thursday, ...
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