Greek govt official: ‘Seven, eight’ open issues unresolved with creditors

28 April 2017
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Thursday cited “seven or eight” open issues remaining to be resolved in negotiations with institutional creditors.
The same unnamed official maintained that the IM F continued to press demands “that are unpopular” by the Greek government. Nevertheless, the official added that the Greek government believes the Fund will not block negotiations.
Privatizations, financial issues and labor sector reforms reportedly dominated meetings on Thursday, which lasted for roughly one and a half hour.

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