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Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said he is confident the money would arrive on time, but in an interview with the German daily Handelsblatt published Friday warned that it is “very difficult'” to make the further cuts to pensions and wages the country's debt inspectors are seeking. “The troika is demanding above all further cuts to pensions and wages. That is very difficult, because we are already bleeding,” he said. “The existing cuts already go to the bone. We are at the limit of what we can expect of our population.” Greece has relied on bailouts from increasingly impatient international creditors since May 2010. In return, it imposed a punishing austerity program, repeatedly slashing incomes, hiking taxes and raising the retirement age.
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