Athens under intense pressure over fourth review reforms
Eurogroup highlights tight schedule as differences over debt, fiscal measures brew
Next key programme developments due in April as Athens shapes growth strategy
Clearer roadmap for completion of third programme emerging
Tight schedule ahead for Athens and lenders in build-up to MoU exit
Focus of discussion for lenders moves to debt relief, post-MoU framework
IMF proposes rebalancing of fiscal policy, reform implementation and debt relief
The International Monetary Fund’s executive board convened on Monday evening to discuss the Article IV consultation on Greece.
The fund’s baseline scenario foresees a long-term GDP growth of 1 percent and primary surplus of 1.5 percent of GDP. It also notes that Greek debt is unsustainable.
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