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Greece, lenders fail to make headway on fiscal and labour issues
Despite two meetings over the weekend on fiscal and labour market issues, the Greek government and the institutions’ mission chiefs were unable to bridge their differences, creating more doubts about when an agreement may be reached.
The first meeting took place on Saturday afternoon and focused on the technical details of the fiscal issues such as the necessity for adopting measures worth 2 percent of GDP demanded by the International Monetary Ffund. Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalo...
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