Lenders set ambitious e-auction targets for Athens
Eurogroup sets up completion of third review, plans for programme's end
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
Countdown to start of second review begins, focus on more reforms
Following the political decision taken at Monday’s Eurogroup regarding the completion of the first review milestones and the disbursement of the sub-tranches, the focus is now shifting towards the second programme review.
The institutions are expected to return to Athens early next week to start discussions with the Greek authorities on a number of key issues, which may not be as tough as those in the first review but certainly could trigger again tension in the relation...
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