Disposable income rises slightly in Q4 for first time since Q3 2014
These were the key drivers behind Greece's strong fiscal performance in 2016
Credit standards and demand for corporate, household loans stable in Q1
New overdue tax obligations increase by 989 mln in Feb, stock reaches 94 bln
Budget primary surplus of 1.1 billion slightly outperforms target by 77 million in Q1
Travel receipts fall by another 3.1 pct in Feb on lower spending
IMF revises fiscal estimates upward, sees debt ratio at 162.8 pct in 2022
A day after the publication of its World Economic Outlook (WEO), the IMF released on Wednesday its Fiscal Monitor, which provided its updated fiscal estimates.
Unlike the downward revision of its macro forecasts on Greece, the IMF upgraded its fiscal projections, which assume full implementation of the fiscal policy package included in the third eurozone bailout programme.
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