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Greece has one more step to take before it completes its post-programme surveillance after the institutions published the report that accompanies the latest review, the thirteenth since the summer of 2018 when Greece agreed to a number of commitments that are due to be delivered by this summer.
The latest review took place remotely at the end of January and relates to commitments that were meant to be delivered by the end of 2021. The report also notes that the Greek authorities have expressed their intention to deliver all outstanding items b...
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