No time for Tsipras to celebrate as long list of tasks means pressure is on from start

EconomyProgramme Tags: Banking, Labour, Pensions, Privatisations, Revenues, Taxes

The new coalition government to be sworn in on Tuesday after Sunday’s snap elections has a series of challenges ahead of it, most of which stem from the commitments and deliverables outlined in the third bailout programme signed a month ago.

They mostly relate to fiscal policy, pension and labour market reforms, the banking sector and its recapitalisation as well as other areas involving privatizations, energy and product markets.

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