Glimmer of hope for efforts to negotiate over tax-free threshold, but not primary surplus
IMF sees Greece on course to meet fiscal targets and reduce debt
IMF maintains outlook for economy, Athens readies scheme for unpaid taxes and contributions
Athens gearing up for new bond issue amid favourable market conditions
Early IMF repayment next goal for Athens after concluding second post-MoU review
Lenders deem second post-MoU review over, Athens waits for debt relief
Government makes last-minute change to main homes bill in bid to satisfy creditors
MPs are due to approve on Friday the new framework for the protection of primary residences from foreclosure after the government made a last-minute change on Thursday, aiming to satisfy Greece’s lenders ahead of the April 5 Eurogroup.
The government amended the draft legislation so that the threshold for the balance on business loans secured against primary residences should be no higher than 100,000 euros, rather than the 130,000-euro limit in the original bill.
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