Primary surplus target still on lenders' agenda despite snap elections

EconomyProgramme Tags: ESM, Eurogroup, Privatisations
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There have been reports that the European Commission might not publish its third enhanced surveillance report next week, but it is certain that the issue of meeting this year’s fiscal targets will not disappear for the current Greek government or its successor.

Reports in the Greek media on Tuesday indicated that the institutions’ report, due on June 5, might remain private because snap elections have been called and the creditors do not want to be open to accusations of interfering in domestic affairs.

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