Backpay for civil servants gets "positive" measures rolling for government
Appeals over past pension cuts sow confusion about potential fiscal impact of backpay
Revision confirms second year of total fiscal surplus at 0.8 pct of GDP
Moody's explains cautious approach to Greek credit rating upgrade
PDMA readies bond schedule for 2019, with eye on prepayment of IMF loans
Retail turnover in June grows strongly led by fuel and supermarket sales
IMF lowers medium-term forecasts for Greek debt, 2014 financing needs
The International Monetary Fund has provided updated forecasts on the key Greek macro and fiscal figures in its latest World Economic Outlook (WEO) and Fiscal Monitor (FM) reports.
Expectations for GDP growth remained unchanged at 0.6 and 2.9 percent for 2014 and 2015 respectively, in line with those of the Greek government and the European Commission.
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