14:57 24May11 -TIMELINE-Greece seeks new tranche of 110 billion euros ($155 billion) loan
(Reuters) - Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou failed to get consensus from opposition leaders on Tuesday on a new set of austerity measures aimed at averting default.
On Monday, Greece unveiled a series of privatizations, part of a goal to raise 50 billion euros by 2015 to pay down its debt mountain as it tries to secure the next tranche of a 110 billion euros EU/IMF bailout.
Here are events to come in Greek efforts to secure the loan:
-- Papandreou holds separate meetings with Greek political leaders at Maximos Mansion.
-- Greece’s industrialists union SEV holds its annual meeting at the Athens Megaron Concert Hall. Papandreou will address the meeting. Finance Minister George Papaconstantinou and SEV chairman Dimitris Daskalopoulos to deliver speeches.
-- President Karolos Papoulias meets Papandreou at the Presidential Hall.
-- April producer price inflation.
-- Debt agency sets amount of 6-month t-bills to be auctioned June 7.
-- Public sector union ADEDY holds rally to protest against new austerity measures announced by the government, at Klathmonos square.
-- ADEDY also says it will stage a 24-hour strike later in June to protest against the austerity measures and privatizations.
-- Eurogroup meeting of euro zone finance ministers and Ecofin meeting of EU finance ministers in Luxembourg
-- Summit of EU heads of state and government in Brussels.
-- Greece to repay a 6.7 billion euro, 5-year bond which matures on this date.
-- EU/ECB/IMF inspectors in Athens to assess whether Greece can get a fifth tranche in June from a 110 billion euro bailout.
-- The government says it will submit the mid-term fiscal plan to parliament, in early June.
Writing by David Cutler, London Editorial Reference Unit and Renee Maltezou, Athens Bureau