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The fifth post-programme surveillance review was completed on Friday following three days of talks between the Greek authorities and the heads of the institutions in Athens that were preceded by a week of discussions with the technical teams during the previous week.
In the staff statement that was issued after the talks concluded, the institutions noted there had been “productive discussions” on the progress of Greece’s reform commitments, “as well as the general commitment to continue and complete the key reforms ...
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