The Greek economy has performed ‘substantially better’ than expected ahead of this week’s meeting of the ECB, IMF and eurozone finance ministers to review the bailout. Any further payment to Greece depends upon the outcome of the review, which has been delayed in part due to disagreements over debt relief and pension cuts between the IMF and the European institutions. Debt relief is a key condition for the IMF to continue to support the Greek bail-out and it also requires much deeper cuts to Greek pensions than what have so far been offered.  The meeting will also be discussing the Panama Papers and EU reforms.