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Fresh reminder about pending reforms for Athens, which remains confident on goals
Speaking at the Capital Link Forum in New York on Tuesday, a day after European Commission official Declan Costello had issued another reminder that Athens must ensure it completes its pending reforms on time, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos appeared confident that there would not be any delays.
On Monday, Costello had stressed the importance of the Greek government completing the 16 outstanding actions ahead of the second enhanced surveillance report being published in late February. The institutions are expected in Athens in late January for ...
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