Enhanced surveillance concludes, but more reforms and tougher fiscal targets lie ahead
Some tasks, risks left as Greece takes another step to exit from post-bailout surveillance
Latest EC review clears path towards end of enhanced surveillance process in 2022
Creditors give thumbs up for 10th post-MoU review, underline pandemic legacy
In 9th post-bailout review, EC sees reforms slowing due to pandemic
Covid-19 leaves Greece facing 200 pct debt-to-GDP ratio in 2021, long road to sustainability
Complications over reforms cast doubt on June target for global deal
With 10 days to go until the meeting of the Euro Working Group on April 12, the onus is on the Greek government to start ticking off more prior actions even though speculation is rife that a global deal between Athens and the lenders may have to wait until July, rather than June.
More than 70 of the 88 key deliverables are not yet considered settled and some are still the subject of negotiation between Greece and the lenders. Reports this weekend suggested that the creditors are against the idea of shifting a greater burden from...
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