Gov't sees reform multi-bill as path to funding but resistance abounds

PoliticsGreek Politics

The Greek government is to present its reform multi-bill to the Euro Working Group on Wednesday in the hope that this will move Athens and its lenders closer to an agreement that would unlock further bailout funding.

The multi-bill is expected to be largely based on proposals sent to creditors by Finance Minister Yiannis Varoufakis and will not address any of the thorny issues in negotiations, such as pension reform, VAT hikes and labour market liberalisation.

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