Final decision on 2019 fiscal measures still a few weeks away

EconomyProgramme Tags: Eurogroup, IMF, Reforms
Photo by Andrea Bonetti/Fosphotos
Photo by Andrea Bonetti/Fosphotos

The first step in the process of deciding whether Greece will have to implement next year fiscal measures worth 1 or 2 percent of GDP is due to be taken on Friday, with the International Monetary Fund stressing that several more weeks are needed before any decision can be taken.

ELSTAT is due to send to Eurostat this Friday the final fiscal data for 2017, including Greeceā€™s primary surplus for the year. Government sources have indicated in recent weeks that they expected the final figure to be close to, or in excess of, 3.5 per...

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