Greece agrees reforms for €8.3bn bailout

Morris, Pamela
March 2014
Fundweb;3/31/2014, p15
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a report on the approval of a series of structural reforms by politicians in Greece and international lenders that will see the payout of a further 8.3 billion euros from its 172 billion euros bailout package.


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