Coalition appears to reach common ground with notaries over property auctions
EC upbeat on reforms paying off, as long as they continue
Minister proposes way forward for auctions as pressure mounts from banks, creditors
Effort to end notaries' strike amid concern for auctions, NPLs
Eurogroup sees review conclusion in sight, warns over property auctions
Eurogroup marks start of countdown for prior actions
IMF adds to calls for no further delays to e-auctions
The International Monetary Fund has added its voice to those on the lenders’ side calling for the Greek government to ensure that electronic auctions are up and running as soon as possible, with the issue gradually becoming one of the defining aspects of the third review.
“The full implementation of an effective e-auction system is a key reform supported by the IMF arrangement,” said deputy spokesman William Murray in a regular press briefing on Thursday.
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