The numbers behind Greece's reform proposals


The reform list sent by Greece to its lenders was approved as a “valid starting point” for the review process despite not containing any numbers. We attempt here to provide a framework for some of the key economic aspects of the document.

The list did not refer to anticipated revenues or the cost of interventions and the consequent fiscal impact for this year. However, some measures and reforms have been recently detailed and could form a basis for some initial calculations.

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