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As talks between Greek government officials and the country’s lenders continue in Brussels following Monday’s Eurogroup, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras can see a clear path to Greece’s exit from the bailout programme and the crisis but, given the obstacles in the way, there is also a good chance that things will not be that straightforward.
As can be seen in the infographic below, if Tsipras’s administration is able to reach a staff-level agreement (SLA) with the institutions, this would pave the way for a deal on Greece’s fiscal path for the next few years as well as a commitment by the e...
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