Bloomberg Report: IMF Not Convinced Greece Can Keep Up 3.5% Surplus

The IMF is doubtful that Greece can sustain the primary surplus it achieved in 2016, nor is it convinced that the country can keep...

Greek Current Account Deficit Down in Jan-Feb

In February 2017, the current account showed a deficit of €937 million, up by €109 million year-on-year. This development is attributable to an increase...

Gov’t Spokesman Tzanakopoulos Dismisses Reports on Extra Measures in 2018

The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) revised projections for the 2016 primary surplus is a positive development, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos on Thursday said during...

IMF Chief: Primary Surpluses of 3.5% for 10 Years Not Feasible for Greece

  Primary surpluses of 3.5% over the next ten years are not feasible or achievable, and this is well known, International Monetary Fund Managing Director...

IMF Forecast: Greece’s Primary Surplus Will be Under 3.5% Goal

According to assessments made by the IMF, Greece will not achieve the financial targets set by European partners for 2018 and won't be able...

Eurostat: Greek Inflation Rate at 1.7% in March

The Greek annual inflation rate was 1.7 pct in March from 1.4 pct in February, Eurostat said on Wednesday. The EU executive's statistics office said...

U.S. Treasury Is Not Against IMF Participation in Greece’s Bailout Program

The U.S. administration is not opposing the International Monetary Fund's financial participation in Greece's rescue program, said U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Tuesday. Speaking...

IMF Report: Greek Economy to Grow 2.2% in 2017 and 2.7% in 2018

Economic growth in Greece will reach 2.2 percent in 2017 and increase to 2.7 percent in 2018, the International Monetary Fund said in its...

All Eyes Turned to Washington for World Bank Group and IMF Spring Meetings

Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos and Alternate Finance Minister George Chouliarakis on Thursday will depart for Washington where the 2017 spring meetings of the World...
How the Greek Crisis is Profitable for the IMF

How the Greek Crisis is Profitable for the International Monetary Fund

Does the IMF have an incentive to keep Greece in crisis to protect its own financial survival and continue to milk the Greek cow?

How an Insurance Company Bid in Greece Can Become a Weapon for the Chinese...

It is no secret that the Chinese see Greece as a country that could help them get their foot (and say) in the European...

ND Vice President Hatzidakis: The Fourth Memorandum Arrives

Not only is the second review not concluded but on the contrary the 4th memorandum arrives, said main opposition New Democracy vice president Costis...

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