Lenders conclude 'productive' talks on fifth review but issues remain as Athens targets fiscal space
Lenders set out key review issues as Athens tables proposals for fiscal space
Mission chiefs pick up fifth review baton as Greece mulls new bond issue
Athens steps up drive for fiscal space as fifth post-MoU review continues
Deadline looms for troubled home protection scheme as insolvency law is lined up
Eurogroup approves SMP and ANFA profit release, decision on investment use postponed
Athens waits for green light from Eurogroup so it can settle IMF loans early
The third post-programme review, which was due to begin this Monday, has been postponed for a few days as Athens looks to secure the disbursement of nearly 1 billion euros from the Eurogroup on April 5.
Settling the second review would allow the Greek government to request permission from the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) to pay off some or all of its loans to the International Monetary Fund earlier than planned.
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