Eurozone meeting: bailout inspectors will return to Athens 

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Cypriot Minister of Finance Harris Georgiades (R) smiles with Dutch Finance Minister and President of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem (L) during a Eurogroup finance ministers meeting in Brussels, Belgium, 07 March 2016.

Eurozone meeting: bailout inspectors will return to Athens 


Greece's bailout inspectors will soon be dispatched to Athens to complete a review of the Greek government's adherence to its bailout commitments.

The head of the Eurogroup Jeroen Dijsselbloem asked euro zone finance ministers meeting on Monday to prepare to start talks on debt relief for Greece in April.

In return for money to avoid going bankrupt, the Greek government has to meet a series of commitments. A successful review will pave the way for discussions on how to reduce Greece's debt...


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