Greece sees lower primary surplus at 0.3 pct for 2014, fiscal challenges remain


The Finance Ministry (MoF) said in a press release on Monday evening that the primary surplus for 2014 reached 0.3 percent of GDP, according to Greece’s Economic Adjustment Program (EAP) methodology.

This is substantially lower than the EAP target of 1.5 percent, while both the previous and the current government had noted that the actual figures for 2014 were exactly on target. 

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