Banks, online auctions of foreclosed properties, and non-performing loans top the agenda for talks between the government and creditors in Athens today.
The two sides will also focus on course of revenues and the impact of over-taxation in a series of meetings at the Athens Hilton.
The four general areas that will be discussed with the competent ministers are reforms in the health system, in the judiciary, banking and the creation of a Greek development bank, and fiscal and tax policy.
The government says that talks so far have gone smoothly. If all goes as planned, the two sides will discuss labour reforms and the privatisation of Public Power Corporation’s lignite plants tomorrow.
Finally, there will be a comprehensive review of the ground covered in the ongoing third bailout programme evaluation tomorrow.