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The start of 2017 also marks the beginning of a new effort by the Greek government to reach an agreement with the institutions that would lead to the conclusion of the second review within the next few weeks.
In an interview with Kathimerini published on New Year’s Eve, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos set out the contours of what Athens believes might be a compromise with the lenders, allowing all sides to move on.
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