Greece's international creditors have spelled out the austerity measures promised by Athens that have to be put into practice before it can receive new bailout cash, totaling more than euro2.5 billion ($3.31 billion).
Those budget cuts include:
— euro1.076 billion ($1.43 billion) to be cut from the country's pharmaceuticals spending
— euro300 million ($397 million) in military budget cuts
— euro270 million ($358 million) to be slashed from regular government expenditure and election-related budgets
— euro190 million ($251 million) to be trimmed from subsidies to people living in remote areas
— euro400 million ($530 million) in public investment budget cuts
— euro300 million ($397 million) in budget subsidies to pension funds