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Greece Said to Expect Revised Bailout Draft as Talks Resume

  • Athens has asked creditors for additional information on plans
  • Government expects bailout accord by March or early April
Protests Are Held In Athens As Debt Negotiations Continue
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Greece’s auditors are pulling together a list of policies the country needs to implement to unlock additional bailout funds as talks with Athens resumed on Tuesday, two people familiar with the matter said.

Greece has asked European lenders for a draft Supplemental Memorandum of Understanding and the International Monetary Fund for a Memorandum of Economic and Financial Policies as it braces for details of creditor demands, the people said, declining to be identified as negotiations between the two sides aren’t public. The government expects an accord in March or early April, but the scale of pending issues raises concerns they may be politically hard to sell at home, they said.