By Jonathan Davies

Greece's latest economic reforms are being considered as the country nears its latest deadline over new funding.

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' government submitted the latest reform proposals, which it says will generate €3bn (£2.2bn; $3.3bn).

The European Union, International Monetary Fund and European Central Bank, the so-called Troika, have called for Greece to introduce economic reform as a form of insurance policy against new bailout funds.

The Greek government expects to run out of money in April if a new deal on its €240bn (£176bn; $272bn) bailout isn't extended. But the troika have already suggested they would be willing to extend it until June.

Germany has been Greece's biggest opponents on its previous economic reform proposals. The latest proposals include a crackdown on tax evasion, more privatisations and greater taxation on alcohol and cigarettes.