The immediate economic and financial hurdles for the new Greek government

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The new Greek government has several thorny economic issues to address in its first days in office.

The first relates to the coverage of the country’s funding needs, which stand at 1.6 billion euros in February and 2.5 billion in March. These mainly relate to payments of IMF loans of 2.1 billion as well as interest payments of 1.7 billion. SYRIZA has ...

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