Eurogroup agrees on significant debt relief measures for Greece
Lenders set out post-MoU framework with aim of securing reforms
Fourth review nears conclusion, clearing path for debt relief agreement
Privatisation projects gather pace as Athens targets 2 bln in revenue for 2018
Multi-bill passed, sub-tranche released but debt relief expectations dwindling
Debt relief discussions continue as clock ticks down to June 21 Eurogroup
Work on post-programme framework continues despite tranche holdup
The delay in the disbursement of Greece’s next bailout tranche does not look like it will affect the plans to begin work on the fourth review, as well as the ongoing discussions regarding debt relief and the other post-programme arrangements.
Monday’s Eurogroup did not lead to a green light for the 5.7-billion-euro instalment, as Athens had hoped and some eurozone finance ministers, such as France’s Bruno Le Maire, suggested should happen before the meeting was held. The earliest that the tr...
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