What Greece’s draft agreement with lenders foresees on labour and pension reforms

EconomyProgramme Tags: Labour, Pensions, Reforms
Photo by Panayiotis Tzamaros
Photo by Panayiotis Tzamaros

Labour market reforms have proved one of the most complex issues in the second programme review, as was evident from the negotiations between Greece and its lenders so far as well as the December 5 Eurogroup statement.

The key labour market deliverables largely involve bringing collective dismissal and industrial action frameworks as well as collective bargaining in line with the best EU practices.

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