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Debt Inspectors Review Greek Bailout Progress

Debt Inspectors Review Greek Bailout Progress

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 05:42 AM EDT

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greece's international debt inspectors are reviewing the country's progress on reforms it must make to receive more funds from its third bailout.

Greece's finance minister and the state minister responsible for government coordination met with representatives of the European Central Bank, International Monetary Fund, European Commission and European Stability Mechanism.

They discussed the spending cuts, tax hikes and economic reforms that Greece has passed so far as part of its new three-year, 86-billion euro bailout agreed on in August.

The government, re-elected in snap general elections last month triggered by dissent over the bailout, is required to make the reforms to overhaul the economy and improve public finances.

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