OECD highlights reforms and imbalances that need to be addressed

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: OECD, Reforms
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Photo by Fosphotos

The Organisation of Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) issued on Monday its latest survey on Greece, which was also accompanied by a visit to Athens by Secretary General Angel Gurria during which he met the Greek Prime Minister and other officials.

The Paris-based organisation recognizes the progress that has been achieved on a number of fronts as Greece is approaching the end of its third economic adjustment programme. But at the same time, it highlights numerous areas that Greece falls well shor...

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