On the eighth anniversary of the euro-areas biggest bailout, Greece is closer than ever to breaking free from its creditors oversight and trying its luck raising money on its own. But, as Aug. 20 — its exit day — nears, clarity is in short supply, feeding uncertainty over how easily Athens can return to normalcy.
Here are the looming questions that will determine the day after for Greece:
Will Greece get debt relief?
The euro area has agreed to ease the terms Greece faces on some of its 320 billion euros ($383 billion) of debt, but key areas of contention between the countrys creditors persist. Chief among them are which loans will be restructured; what will be the path of the primary surplus — which excludes interest payme…