Athens ticking off prior actions one by one as EU keeps close watch

PoliticsGreek Politics

European Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici is the latest EU official to visit Greece and check on the government’s progress in completing the tasks it has been set by lenders before the first review of the bailout programme later this month.

Clearly, there is concern in European capitals that Athens is already a little behind the pace in terms of completing the prior actions set out in the bailout and preparing the ground for other major reforms, such as an overhaul of the pension system.

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