Greece’s budget deficit… no one is listening

Greeces budget deficit No one is listening

The troika is counting on a deficit of €2bn, while the Greek government is proposing to present a 2014 budget based on a primary deficit (not counting interest on debt) of €500m. The difference in the method of assessment could compromise the release of further tranche of international financial aid to Greece.

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