Greece looks for support as expectations for May 9 Eurogroup lowered

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Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is expected to resume talks with Greek government officials on Tuesday, following the Easter break, but the country’s lenders appear to have already to set expectations low for any agreement on the bailout review by the extra Eurogroup on May 9.

A Reuters report on Monday quoted two sources close to the talks between Athens and the institutions as claiming that progress is slow and indicating that a Staff Level Agreement is unlikely to be secured in the next week.

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