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  • Photo by George Vitsaras/Fosphotos Review set to resume in Athens as debt talks drag on

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    Negotiations aimed at clinching a staff-level agreement (SLA) between the Greek government and its lenders are due to resume in Athens on Tuesday as doubts remain about how the creditors will resolve their differences over debt relief.

  • Photo by Andrea Bonetti/Fosphotos Compromise proposal on table ahead of Friday's Eurogroup


    Following a meeting in Brussels on Tuesday evening between representatives from the institutions and the Greek government, a compromise agreement on the fiscal measures beyond 2018 appears to be on the table.

  • Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos Athens, lenders trying to put last pieces in place for technical agreement


    With all indications suggesting that the Greek government and the institutions are close to reaching an agreement at technical level, there has been much speculation about how several issues that were proving contentious until recently have been, or will be, resolved.

  • Photo via PPC https://flic.kr/p/9qi65R PPC: The struggling electricity giant dominating bailout talks

    By: Manos Giakoumis


    One of the biggest stumbling blocks in the way of t the Greek government and the institutions to clinch a staff-level agreement (SLA) is the liberalisation of the energy market, with lenders requesting the sale of 40 percent of the Public Power Corporation (PPC) units.

  • Photo by Panayotis Tzamaros/Fosphotos OECD outlines five priorities for Greek reform agenda in 2017


    The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development published on Friday its annual edition of Going for Growth report, proposing policy actions to boost productivity and growth ensuring at the same time that the benefits from the reforms implementation reach a vast majority of workers and households.

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