Athens welcomes volume, form of Commission's pandemic recovery plan
EC expects Greek GDP to drop by 9.7 pct for biggest fall in EU, before strong rebound in 2021
Athens expects emergency economic measures to contain 2020 contraction to 4.7 in baseline
S&P keeps Greece at 'BB-' but revises outlook to stable on Covid-19 concerns
Fitch keeps Greece at 'BB' but revises outlook to stable with eye on Covid-19 impact
Greece clinches attractive yield for 7-year bond amid testing conditions, diminished interest
Greece's 2014 fiscal gap suddenly appears bigger, much bigger
Just one week after the Greek Finance Ministry submitted to Parliament the draft budget for 2014 - which sees a primary surplus of 2.9 billion euros, or 1.6 percent of GDP – European Central Bank executive board member Joerg Asmussen appears to have put the economic plan in some doubt, while testing the limits of Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras’s positivity.
It is widely known from previous reviews that in troika jargon when a mission is stopped until “technical work is completed” it means there is a disconnect between the two sides and a gap in views which needs to be bridged, usually so the final, shared ...
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