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Discussions between the Greek ministers and the institutions’ mission chiefs resumed on Wednesday in the wake of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) decision to put on hold the implementation of short-term debt relief measures until the institutions complete the examination of Greek government’s plan to pay out a bonus to pensioners.
The two meetings held on Wednesday focused on the out-of-court workout, which is closely linked to the non-performing loan (NPL) resolution and the new privatisation and investment fund (HCAP).
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