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The European Commission published on Wednesday the ninth post-programme report in the context of the enhanced surveillance agreed at the end of Greece’s third adjustment programme back in the summer of 2018.
The report concludes that although Greece has managed to progress some of the agreed reforms, the momentum has slowed down. To a large extent, this is attributed to the challenging circumstances related to the pandemic and the second lockdown that was i...
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