Greece and creditors eye compromise to move review along

PoliticsGreek Politics

Away from the rhetoric generated by Saturday’s WikiLeaks publication, Greece and its lenders appear to be edging towards a compromise on how to get the bailout review moving and to secure a disbursement before Athens runs into payment problems in July.

Emerging from Wednesday’s round of talks with the mission chiefs, Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos indicated that an agreement on the three sets of measures (1 percent of GDP from pensions, 1 percent from direct taxes and 1 percent of supplementary fi...

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