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Tsakalotos sees timely conclusion to fourth review despite growing doubts
Seeking to counter the recent concern expressed about whether the government will be able to meet its deadlines regarding the completion of the 88 prior actions in the fourth review, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos has insisted that everything will be concluded on time.
“Within the next 80 days, in time for the June Eurogroup, everything that we have pledged will be done,” he said at a meeting of SYRIZA members in Piraeus on Wednesday. “The fourth review will be concluded, the agreement on debt will be secured, we will...
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