Coalition caught between pleasing lenders and voters ahead of next troika review

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Photo by Harry van Versendaal
Photo by Harry van Versendaal

The troika wrapped up a brief assessment of the Greek adjustment programme this week, leaving the coalition facing an uphill task to be ready for the inspectors’ return in mid-September, when a much more substantial review will take place.

Apart from completing six “prior actions” to receive its next bailout sub-tranche of 1 billion euros in August, Greece also has to complete some 600 other, less significant, actions in time for the September review. Finance Ministry officials admitted t...

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