Apartment prices rise by 4.1 pct in Q2
Travel balance falls by 85.1 pct in July
Current account shows deficit of 874.5 mln in July as travel receipts disappoint
Industrial turnover drops by 16.2 pct in July as manufacturing slows
Unemployment edges up to 16.7 pct in Q2 as tourism jobs dry up
Primary cash deficit at 5.78 bln in August
Greek Parliament's budget office questions primary surplus sustainability
In its latest quarterly report released on Friday, the Greek Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) argues that despite significant achievements in 2014, the Greek economy still has a long way to go to overcome the obstacles in its path.
The PBO notes the ratification of Greece's primary surplus in 2013, the government’s agreement with the troika and the 5-year bond issue but expresses scepticism about whether the country can meet its targets in the next few years.
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