Despite speculation, post-MoU credit line seems unlikely
Lenders wait for prior actions to be completed, Athens expects 4.5-bln tranche
Conclusion of third review closer as extensive bill tabled by coalition
Omnibus bill to be tabled shortly as Athens edges to third review conclusion
Multi-bill on way as Athens aims to complete third review by Jan 22
Countdown begins for multi-bill, coalition eyes minimum wage increase
No time for Tsipras to celebrate as long list of tasks means pressure is on from start
The new coalition government to be sworn in on Tuesday after Sunday’s snap elections has a series of challenges ahead of it, most of which stem from the commitments and deliverables outlined in the third bailout programme signed a month ago.
They mostly relate to fiscal policy, pension and labour market reforms, the banking sector and its recapitalisation as well as other areas involving privatizations, energy and product markets.
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