Primary cash surplus at 17.96 bln in Sept as expenditure for the month falls
Travel surplus rises by 17.4 pct in H1 as sharp rise in visitors drives receipts growth
GDP revision for 2017 points to slight improvement from initial estimates
Budget primary surplus at 4.18 bln in Sept as EU co-financed projects fall short
Hirings balance positive by 6,556 in September but momentum slows down year-on-year
Building permits rise by 9.8 pct in July, up by 8.4 pct in 7-month period
IMF raises forecast for primary surplus but differences with European lenders remain
Following the publication of its macro estimates in the World Economic Outlook (WEO), the International Monetary Fund issued on Wednesday its latest fiscal estimates in the Fiscal Monitor, where the numbers for Greece for 2017 and 2018 were updated.
The primary surplus for 2018 is now seen landing at 2.9 percent of GDP, up from 2.2 percent previously, a number closer to the fiscal estimates of the Commission and the Greek authorities as well as the programme target of 3.5 percent of GDP. For the 20...
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