No imminent decision on pension cuts as Athens moves ahead with minimum wage increase
Lenders' visit concludes with no firm answer on pension cuts
Mixed picture for government after first day of talks with creditors
Lenders appear at ease with Tsipras pledges, cautious on pension cuts
Fiscal matters expected to dominate talks as lenders return for post-MoU check
No final word on pension cuts as lenders prepare for return to Athens next week
Focus turns to first post-MoU visit by creditors and talks on pension cuts
Greece’s post-programme era, which officially began on Tuesday, is to start in earnest on September 10, when the institutions are due to return to Athens for the first round of discussions with the government.
The 2019 pension cuts are expected to dominate the talks but reports suggest that Athens is preparing to present to the lenders during the week or so they will be in the Greek capital the full range of tax cuts and spending hikes it plans to implement t...
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