Review gathers pace as mission chiefs prepare for Athens return
IMF still sees fiscal gap in 2018 - no action needed, for now
Early banks stress tests offered as Greek programme compromise
Clean exit under discussion but course of third review holds key
Privatisation plan inches along as groups express interest in DESFA
IMF sees eurozone debt relief pledges failing to deliver sustainability
Some progress in first round of talks but most second review issues remain unresolved
Following the first round of discussions on the second programme review, which began on October 21 and concluded last Thursday, Finance Ministry sources claimed significant progress was made on most issues.
None of the labour-related issues were concluded at the follow-up meeting between Labour Minister Giorgos Katrougalos with the institutions’ mission chiefs last Thursday. These mainly involve mass dismissals, the industrial action framework and collecti...
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