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Greek economy

World news about “Greek economy” published by euronews.

23/07 12:49 CET

Greece: parliament approves reforms but opinion is divided

Greece: parliament approves reforms but opinion is divided

Agreeing to reform the judiciary and banking systems was a key step for Greece. Talks can now start with international creditors on the country’s third bailout, worth 85 billion euros. Greek PM keeps lid on party rebellion to pass bailout vote #Greece…