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Monday’s Eurogroup in Brussels will provide the first opportunity for the Greek government to sound out European officials regarding its efforts to create more fiscal space, while discussions will continue in Athens this week regarding the fifth enhanced surveillance review.
Finance Minister Christos Staikouras is due to hold separate meetings with European Economic Affairs Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni and European Stability Mechanism managing director Klaus Regling in Brussels, where Greece will not be on the agenda for th...
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