Government and banks reach deal over new scheme to protect main homes

EconomyProgramme Tags: Banking, NPLs, Property

The government and Greece’s bankers appear to have reached an agreement on the framework to protect primary residences from foreclosure when the extension to the Katseli law runs out at the end of February.

Details of the deal emerged following another meeting between bank CEOs and senior government officials on Thursday night.

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