Athens gears up for deal with lenders, pending news from IMF

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: IMF, Labour, Reforms

All eyes in Athens are on Monday’s meeting of the International Monetary Fund’s executive board, although there are few expectations that it will result in a clear-cut decision regarding the IMF’s future role in the Greek programme.

The fact that the Greek government is not expecting the Washington meeting to produce a game-changer is evident from the growing speculation in Athens about what concessions the coalition is prepared to make in order to conclude the review.

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