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Alternate Finance Minister Giorgos Houliarakis made the current government’s clearest statement so far on what it expects in terms of debt relief and how it believes this could help the country in the future.
Speaking at the Parliamentary subcommittee on debt on Thursday, Houliarakis set out before MPs a number of debt sustainability analysis scenarios that have been examined by the Council of Economic Advisers (SOE) and Public Debt Management Agency (PDMA).
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