Deal seen on energy liberalisation as third review SLA edges closer
Coalition appears to reach common ground with notaries over property auctions
EC upbeat on reforms paying off, as long as they continue
IMF adds to calls for no further delays to e-auctions
Minister proposes way forward for auctions as pressure mounts from banks, creditors
Effort to end notaries' strike amid concern for auctions, NPLs
Athens and creditors get down to details in final stretch of review
The new round of discussions between the Greek government and the institutions’ mission chiefs began on Tuesday with the aim of reaching a staff-level agreement (SLA) in the next few days.
Following the two 2-hour meetings that focused on energy and the new privatisation and investment fund (HCAP), a government official expressed optimism about a swift conclusion to the negotiations, noting that “we are on good path.”
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