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
Tsipras upbeat on debt relief prospects, lenders more cautious
Coalition MPs and multi-bill clear first hurdle as tension builds
Govt hopes counter-measures, debt relief talks enough to escape multi-bill maelstrom
Slow progress on fiscal, impasse on labour keep review deal on hold
There have been no visible signs of major progress in the discussions between Greece and its lenders this week, suggesting that the best-case scenario would be the conclusion of a staff-level agreement ahead of the April 7 Eurogroup rather than the one on March 20.
Finance Ministry sources told local media that Tuesday’s teleconference with the lenders led to differences over the 2018 fiscal gap being completely resolved. This is one of the issues on which there had been progress during discussions in Athens last ...
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