The pension and revenue interventions Greece has to make to meet its 2016 fiscal target

EconomyProgramme Tags: Pensions
Photo via Greek Finance Ministry
Photo via Greek Finance Ministry

Greece has to achieve a primary surplus target of 0.5 percent of GDP in 2016, according to the agreement reached with institutions last summer.

Achieving this target means that the government has to plug a gap of 600 million euros on the pension front and collect revenues of 2.2 billion from the interventions it has already announced.

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