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Greece is planning a return to the markets in a bid to regain its status as a "normal" country.For 2019, debt maturities are around 10 billion euros to 11 billion euros ($11.7 billion to $12.9 billion), while for the following two years the amount falls to 5 billion euros, according to Public Debt Management Agency data.This also means Greece will not have to issue more than two or three notes a year, and if there is a need for more, then the nation can re-open a previous issuance, the official said.Having issued a seven-year bond in 2018 and a five-year note in 2017, now is the time to examine the possibility of issuing a 10-year or a three-year note, both officials said.
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