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There are increasing indications from government sources that Athens has accepted it is unlikely the review will be completed in time for the January 26 Eurogroup and that a conclusion in February is more likely.
In some ways, trying to round off the review next month (before the February 20 Eurogroup) suits the government as it should have a clearer picture of the International Monetary Fund’s position by then.
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