Deadline looms for troubled home protection scheme as insolvency law is lined up
Eurogroup approves SMP and ANFA profit release, decision on investment use postponed
Eurogroup to approve release of bond profits but bid to repurpose funds falls flat
Focus shifts to DSA, fiscal targets after IMF loan prepayment
Despite differing views IMF and EC see no immediate debt sustainability concerns
Brussels gives Athens thumbs-up for reforms and budget
Ministers urged to speed up reforms as Athens prepares for lenders to return
Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is making a fresh push so his government can progress enough with the fourth review prior actions so there can be a staff-level agreement on May 24, when eurozone finance ministers are due to meet.
The local media revealed on Thursday that the Deputy Minister to the Prime Minister, Dimitris Liakos, has sent a new message to ministers asking them to speed up their work so that the key deliverables could be completed on time.
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