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IMF Reiterates: Lowering Greece’s Primary Surplus Target After 2022 is Imperative

The target of achieving a primary surplus of 2 percent of GDP after 2022 offered to Greece by its European lenders at the last...

Moscovici on Debt Relief Program: Greece’s Creditors ‘Shouldn’t Play With Fire’

EU Economic and Financial Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici said on Thursday that Greece's European creditors "shouldn't play with fire" in regards to the country's debt...

IMF’s Thomsen: We Need More Realism in Assumptions and More Specificity About Greece’s Economy

The International Monetary Fund's (IMF) European Department head Poul Thomsen said on Tuesday that his organization needs to see more realistic euro zone assumptions...

Junker on Greek Debt: ‘No Major Cuts in the Pension Sector Should be Pursued...

As the institutions suggest more pension cuts for Greeks in order to cut back on government spending, the chief of the European Commission, Jean-Claude...

Institutions in Athens on Monday to Conclude Bailout Review and Discuss Debt

International institutions are due back in Athens on Monday to further discuss the bailout review and debt relief for Greece. Recently at their Spring Meetings...

ΙMF’s Rice: Progress Made in Talks With Greece, Work Still Required

Progress has been made in the ongoing negotiations between the Greek government and the representatives of the institutions in Brussels but “more work will...

IMF Spox: We Want a Clear Commitment Regarding the Restructure of Greece’s Debt

During a press conference on Thursday, the spokesman for the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Jerry Rice, told reporters that his organization wants to participate...

IMF Confidential Report Looks at What Went Wrong

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has constructed a 38-page document which details what went wrong so far in the bailout program as well what...

Lagarde Assures Schaeuble: The IMF Plans to Stay Involved in Greece’s Bailout Program

During the World Economic Forum in Davos this week, Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), reportedly told German Finance...

Schaeuble Not Compromising Debt Relief for Greece, Preparing to Go Ahead Without IMF

Following the continuing position of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) saying that it will only consider being involved in the last bailout for Greece...

Bailout Talks Set to Resume with Growing Rift Between EU and IMF

As the EU and International Monetary Fund (IMF) are still not in agreement about the course of action for securing Greece's finances over the...

Min Pappas: ‘The German Finance Minister Never Wanted the Greek Program to Succeed’

On Saturday while speaking on Skai TV, Telecoms and Media Minister Nikos Pappas commented that “The German finance minister never wanted the Greek program to...

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