Greece is due to fulfill 15 reforms, including privatization plans and energy sector changes, in September to get the final 2.8 billion euros available in sub-tranche. The previous tranche of the bailout has been divided into two sub-tranches: performance of some program conditions allowed Greece to get first sub-tranche. The Eurogroup, comprising euro zone finance ministers, had approved a tranche of 10.3 billion euros for Greece in May from the overall package. An initial 7.5 billion euros of that sum had been transferred to Athens with the rest available to Greece until the end of October if it meets some conditions.





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