Lenders put spotlight back on pending reforms ahead of second post-MoU review
Fresh reminder about pending reforms for Athens, which remains confident on goals
Athens moves quickly to scrap pension cuts as Eurogroup inches forward on euro reform
After 2019 budget, lenders turn attention to Greek post-MoU reform tasks
European Commission approves 2019 budget, urges focus to meet end of year reform goals
Athens prepares final 2019 budget after green light to ditch pension cuts
Athens, lenders trying to put last pieces in place for technical agreement
With all indications suggesting that the Greek government and the institutions are close to reaching an agreement at technical level, there has been much speculation about how several issues that were proving contentious until recently have been, or will be, resolved.
On the tax front, it is apparent that the tax-free threshold will have to be reduced from its current level of 8,636 euros (for a single person) close to 5,900 euros with additional revenues targeted at 1 percent of GDP, as demanded by the International...
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