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What the agreement between Greece and lenders means for fiscal and tax policy
Following the first round of meetings between the Greek ministers and the institutions’ mission chiefs at the end of October, Finance Ministry sources said the biggest stumbling blocks in the second programme review were the fiscal gap, funding of the guaranteed minimum income (GMI) and labour market reforms.
We have obtained the draft sMoU via The Greek Report magazine and we present the areas of convergence, the pending issues as well as the additional measures that have to be adopted.
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