Greece's creditors begin bailout assessments in Athens


Greece's biggest lenders are assessing whether or not Athens has implemented the required reforms needed to receive over AED 8 billion in bailout funds. This is just a slice of its AED 359 billion bailout deal. The European Commission, the European Central Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the European Stability Mechanism are all in Athens to inspect the progress of the contract. It's a deal which prevented Greece from exiting the single currency Euro in July.

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