Greece will succeed in meeting the primary surplus targets agreed with its European partners up until 2023, the International Monetary Fund said in its Fiscal Monitor report released on Wednesday.
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The International Monetary Fund (IMF) revised Greece's 2019 growth estimates upwards to 2.4 pct. This forecast is revised upwards by + 0.6 pct, as in April by 2018, while the Fund estimated that this year's growth would be 1.8 pct,…
"ND (main opposition New Democracy) and IMF are unnecessary where there is optimism and totally useless for the recovery" noted Digital Minister Nikos Pappas in an interview.
The International Monetary Fund on Thursday issued a flat denial to the government’s request to cancel the implementation of the planned pension cut in January 2019, while Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos appeared reserved about Berlin’s…
"The IMF's insistence on cutting pensions, as reported in the media, is not surprising," Nikos Pappas, Minister of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Information posted on Twitter on Thursday.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Executive Board will convene on July 27 to discuss a mission report on the Greek economy (Article IV consultations), the fund's spokesman Gerry Rice said on Thursday.
"The final report of the IMF to be released at the end of July, which will include the sustainability analysis of the Greek debt, will be more positive than the previous one," Greece's representative at the International Monetary Fund (IMF)…
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) welcomes Eurogroup decisions on Greece's debt relief and believes it will reduce the country's financial risks in the mid term, Fund spokesman Gerry Rice said during a press briefing on Thursday.
IMF technical staff will meet with Greek officials on Tuesday. IMF officials will record the performance of the Greek economy and the government intentions after the end of the memoranda.
The International Monetary Fund may still particicpate in the Greek program and this will become clear on June 21, said International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde on Monday.