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
Tight schedule ahead for Athens and lenders in build-up to MoU exit
The Greek government has denied that Athens and the institutions are considering extending the third programme, which ends in August.
The Finance Ministry responded to a report in Fileleftheros (Liberal) newspaper, which claimed that Greece and its creditors had discussed a technical extension to the current Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) until the end of 2018 to avoid the markets ...
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