IMF hints at flexibility as debt relief talks continue
Tsipras gives mixed message on expectations for crucial upcoming Eurogroup
Athens absorbs Eurogroup fallout, hopes for better offer
Debt deal eludes Greece and lenders, June 15 set as final deadline
No certainties for Athens before Eurogroup as lenders try for debt deal
Full backing for multi-bill from coalition MPs, Tsipras looks to lenders for next step
Athens in search of counter-measures to secure MPs' support for potential deal
A trade-off between the fiscal measures being demanded by the institutions and steps aimed at lightening the burden on taxpayers appear to be the main focus of the Greek government at the moment.
The coalition seems to believe that if the lenders agree to a range of tax cuts (subject to beating fiscal targets) being included in the agreement, it may have a deal that it can present to its MPs confident that they will approve it.
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