Primary residence talks continue amid uncertainty about draft legislation
Athens set to press ahead with primary residence law despite differences with lenders
Athens and lenders continue talks on outstanding actions, aiming to conclude by March 25
IMF outlines areas in which Greece needs further reforms, where it should apply caution
Disbursement delayed until April as lenders wait for primary residence law to be settled
Deliberations over primary residence bill set to delay green light from Eurogroup
Athens prepares 2019 draft budget amid pension cuts dilemma
The Greek government is set to take the next step in its efforts to call off next year’s pension cuts, when it submits the draft 2019 budget but finds itself in a delicate balancing act between domestic political pressures and the creditors’ concerns.
The draft budget is due to be submitted to Parliament on Monday. Given that the discussion with the institutions over next year’s reduction to pension spending has not been concluded yet, there is a high probability that Athens will have to include the ...
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