Lenders wait for prior actions to be completed, Athens expects 4.5-bln tranche
Conclusion of third review closer as extensive bill tabled by coalition
Omnibus bill to be tabled shortly as Athens edges to third review conclusion
Multi-bill on way as Athens aims to complete third review by Jan 22
Countdown begins for multi-bill, coalition eyes minimum wage increase
Thessaloniki Port Authority contract signed, Hellenikon takes another step
Early banks stress tests offered as Greek programme compromise
It appears that European lenders are trying to remove one of the potential stumbling blocks to Greece’s programme, which was the dispute over whether Greek banks need another round of asset quality reviews (AQRs) or not.
The International Monetary Fund has insisted that these tests are needed before Greece exits its programme next August to ensure that the banks do not need another round of recapitalisation.
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