Greece’s Lenders to Visit Athens
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Greece’s Lenders to Visit Athens

Mission chiefs of Greece’s international lenders will briefly visit the country on Oct. 20 to be informed about the pace of reforms following approval of key legislation last week, a Greek government official said. “We are expecting them tomorrow, they will stay for two or three days. It will be a short briefing about the reforms, they will return (for the review),” the official told Reuters. Greece’s parliament last week approved a first raft of reforms to its pension and tax systems, sought by lenders as a condition for up to €86 billion in aid.

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