Athens set to press ahead with primary residence law despite differences with lenders

EconomyProgramme Tags: NPLs, Property, SYRIZA, Tsipras
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The Greek government appears set to table in Parliament on Friday the draft law for the new framework governing the protection of primary residences from foreclosure without necessarily first reaching an agreement with the institutions.

Government sources revealed on Wednesday afternoon that Athens intends to submit the bill on Friday, even though a teleconference with the institutions on Tuesday failed to result in an agreement. The official added that Athens will continue to discuss ...

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