Athens set for 6.7 bln bailout tranche, talks on post-MoU framework
HRADF outlines major privatisation plan, no timelines given
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
The pension and revenue interventions Greece has to make to meet its 2016 fiscal target
Greece has to achieve a primary surplus target of 0.5 percent of GDP in 2016, according to the agreement reached with institutions last summer.
Achieving this target means that the government has to plug a gap of 600 million euros on the pension front and collect revenues of 2.2 billion from the interventions it has already announced.
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