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Two of the key players in the negotiations over Greece’s second programme review expressed some optimism on Tuesday that an agreement between Athens and its lenders could be reached in the next few days.
European Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici expressed his thoughts in Athens, while Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem responded to questions at European Parliament’s economic affairs committee.
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