Greece's troika talks begin with apparent deal on 2015 surplus

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In contrast to previous first meetings between the Greek authorities and the heads of troika mission, the outcome of Tuesday’s inaugural meeting suggests an initial agreement on the fiscal target for 2015.

Citing a senior Finance Ministry (MoF) official, local media is reporting that both parties agreed on a primary surplus of 3 percent of GDP for 2015 without additional measures.

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