FinMin sets out how it would alter policy mix to prevent pension cuts

EconomyMacroeconomy Tags: Budget, IMF, MoF
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In its efforts to avoid the politically sensitive issue of cutting pensions further, the Finance Ministry presented in the draft budget this week an alternative scenario consisting of a significantly different fiscal policy from the one included in the Medium-Term Fiscal Strategy (MTFS) this summer.

The issue of savings worth 2 percent of GDP for the post-programme period was pivotal for the completion of the second review in June 2017. This helped keep the International Monetary Fund involved, which was a basic requirement for certain core eurozon...

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