Greece and representatives from its creditors have reached an initial technical agreement on the country’s reform progress under its fourth and final bailout review after a week of marathon sessions that was capped by a statement late on May 19 by Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos who declared, “The staff-level agreement is closed. We have an agreement on all issues."
The move is a key milestone for Athens as it moves to exit the programme and strike a deal on debt relief. The staff-leve...
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