More from the IMF on Greece

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  • Sees Greek public debt peaking at 172% of GDP in 2012, up from 158% in March review
  • Implementation risks are high, achieving targets will be a challenge
  • Deeper private sector slump would risk sharper recession than now projected
  • Revenue collection must be improved

2011-07-13T15:10:56+0000

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Jamie Coleman

5 Comments

  1. Check out USDJPY – it’s moving! :D

  2. look at the dollar, is becoming small like a fly……the gdp of greece is
    smaller then microsoft…..is it so important to europe that has the biggest
    gdp in the planet?

  3. Dominoes are falling across Europe and the entire Continent is in a panic. You tell me if it is important…

  4. Like any hypochondriac: one spot and suddenly they’re bubonic.

  5. the figure is that dollar down € down up gold up aud up jpy up chf.
    what does this mean? that the 2 biggest economy (eu and usa) are in deep trouble,
    but as for our magnitude of economy (china has a gdp 1/3 of usa) we still are the engine of the planet…so ? let the small palyer have fun for now……dollar will be back and € also, a parity will show how strong are the 2 economies after this stupid decade of miss used financial instruments.

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