Tsipras urges swift conclusion of review but doubts linger
Mitsotakis pledges tax cuts and reforms, hopes for lower fiscal targets
Eurogroup stresses need for quick review, leaves some issues open
PM looks for positives as Eurogroup and oil spill cause concern
Third review seen taking longer than Athens had hoped
Third review agenda becoming more complex for Tsipras
Slow pace of civil service evaluation, Hellenikon deal add to review agenda
Several areas of potential tension between the government and Greece’s lenders have emerged ahead of the third review.
Athens is still struggling to find a way to conduct a performance evaluation in the public sector after civil servants’ unions instructed their members to boycott the process, which was meant to be completed in the summer.
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