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Talks between the institutions and the Greek government are due to resume on Tuesday with hopes of a staff-level agreement (SLA) being reached by the end of the year growing after notaries decided to end their strike so that electronic auctions can start on Wednesday.
The notaries’ association met on Monday to vote on whether to call off the protest action after the government agreed to step up security at e-auctions and to take immediate action against anyone blocking the process. Despite protests outside the genera...
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