Payment plans for overdue debts launched as Athens looks for revenue boost
IMF highlights bailout shortcomings in latest admission of programme errors
Athens warned about missing fiscal targets rather than changing them unilaterally
Finance Ministry, Stournaras disagree over fiscal space for expansionary measures
Athens moves ahead with expansionary measures as it waits for lenders' response
Lenders highlight risks of 'short-term popular' measures unveiled by government
EU officials suggest frantic days ahead for Athens until March 11 Eurogroup
Comments made to Reuters by European officials regarding the possibility of eurozone finance ministers delaying a decision to disburse up to 750 million euros to Greece on March 11 have raised concerns in Athens, where the Finance Ministry is waiting for a response from Brussels to its proposal for a new scheme to protect primary residences from foreclosure.
One eurozone official told Reuters that the report on the second post-programme review that the European Commission is due to publish on February 27 “is likely to say that Greece has not completed the agreed reforms.” The unnamed official added that if ...
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