Athens launches drive to pre-pay part of IMF loan, bringing budget benefits
Fiscal issues top agenda as fourth post-MoU review gets underway
ND aims to show progress at Eurogroup but QE unattainable for now
Athens preparing to present budget plans to lenders after tax cut pledges
Brussels urges Athens to remain on reform path as fourth post-MoU review looms
Athens hopes lower bond yields strengthen case for reducing fiscal targets
Second post-MoU review hinges on NPL plan and protection for primary residences
An uncomfortable Euro Working Group meeting last week has left Athens with much to do in the coming days as it seeks to obtain the green light for the disbursement of the ANFA and SMP bond profits in March.
According to reports, the institutions and eurozone member states expressed their concern about the government’s decision to increase the minimum wage by 11 percent last week, which was more than the 5-10 percent that the committee of experts appointed ...
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