No return of institutions after Eurogroup but talks to continue in Brussels
Greece, creditors seek progress at Eurogroup on key differences holding up review
Global deal in April ruled out as labour reforms prove biggest obstacle
With tax-free threshold set for change, income declarations underline need for rethink
Pause in review talks, leaving most difficult issues to be tackled
Greece, lenders tie up some loose ends and continue negotiating
After calm summer, hectic September lies ahead for Greek government
Although August appears to be a relatively quiet month for the government, particularly compared to the previous months and last year, there is a list of 15 prior actions the government is supposed to implement by mid-September to receive the next aid tranche of 2.8 billion euros.
The milestones cover five key areas, namely privatisations, energy, the new independent revenue agency, pension reforms and bank governance.
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