Tsakalotos confident on meeting fiscal targets, sees capital controls being gradually relaxed


In an interview with state broadcaster ERT on Monday night, Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos appeared confident this year’s primary surplus target (0.5 percent of GDP) will be met and the fiscal brake would not be triggered next year or in the coming years.

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