The IMF is concerned about the reappearance of deficits

The IMF has expressed its concerns over the possibility of deficits in the Greek state budget, which in part it attributes the coalition government’s lack of political will to…

The IMF has expressed its concerns over the possibility of deficits in the Greek state budget, which in part it attributes the coalition government’s lack of political will to disregard vested interests.

The main worry is that despite the fiscal progress and the achievement of a primary surplus, the reforms program is greatly delayed. This in turn may jeopardize the Greek program. These delays may result in the non-payment of loans, with the IMF warning that the OECD proposals must be implemented.

With Greece in a tight spot – a it has to pay off about 9.8 billion euros in mature bonds and interest fees in may – the troika is in the position to push its agenda forward (deregulation of milk, medication, commercial leases, books etc) so that Greece may collect two loan installments worth 14.1 billion euros.

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