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Greek Gov’t VP: ‘We’re Almost Ready for a Deal’

dragasakisNegotiations with Greece’s lenders are continuing normally and the Greek government is almost ready for an agreement, Government Vice President Yannis Dragasakis told journalists on Friday, after the meeting of the government council for economic policy.
Asked whether there are any “thorny” issues left in the talks, Dragasakis said “there are just some issues which are being examined, but not ‘thorns’.”
Commenting on the 100-debt installment scheme, the VP said “some small changes will be made which won’t affect the tax payers.”
The meeting was attended by Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos, Economy Minister George Stathakis and Productive Reconstruction Minister Panos Skourletis.
Talks will continue with the institutions on a technical level on Saturday at 11 am (local time) and will include the following issues: 1) the minimum guaranteed income, 2) the bank recapitalization and 3) early retirement.
(source: ana-mpa)

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