Another crisis chapter closes, triggering final round of debt relief measures
Exit from enhanced surveillance nears, but fiscal commitments bind Greece until 2060
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
Question mark over pension cuts in 2019 draft budget as Athens looks to lenders
The Greek government will not include next year’s pension cuts, or will at least present a scenario in which they are not implemented, in the 2019 draft budget due to be submitted to Parliament on Monday as it steps up its efforts to scrap the measure, which was pre-legislated last year.
A senior government official told journalists on Friday, at the sidelines of the UN general assembly in New York, that the 1 percent of GDP in pension spending reductions would not be included in the draft budget and that some of the fiscal counter-meas...
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