The European Commission published on Wednesday the latest report as part of Greece’s enhanced surveillance, moving the country one step closer to the completion of the post-programme framework.
The Greek authorities overcame one more hurdle in the post-programme surveillance process as the European Commission released on Wednesday the tenth report since the final programme was completed in the summer of 2018.
The European Commission published on Wednesday the ninth post-programme report in the context of the enhanced surveillance agreed at the end of Greece’s third adjustment programme back in the summer of 2018.
The report for the eighth post-programme review published last week included an update of the debt sustainability analysis (DSA) for Greece, the first revision since the one conducted in the context of the fifth review at the start of the year, before the pandemic struck.
Greece managed to clear on Wednesday the fourth post-programme review for this year and the third since the pandemic broke.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) concluded on Friday its second post-programme monitoring mission, which took place remotely, by publishing the staff concluding statement.
Greece officially completed its seventh post-programme review on Wednesday, when the European Commission released the relevant report.
The European Stability Mechanism published on Thursday, along with its 2019 annual report, an independent evaluation of the Greek bailout programmes.
The European Commission published on Wednesday the sixth report of the post-programme surveillance framework, paving the way for Greece to benefit from another round of debt relief measures.
The government is lining up a new set of economic measures to help businesses struggling due to the impact of the coronavirus after receiving the all-clear from the Eurogroup regarding this year’s fiscal target.