How will Greece escape its current mess? Almost every visit by the Troika (a combination of the International Monetary Fund, the European Commission and the European Central Bank) seems to result in a nail-biting showdown, with the future of the euro hanging in the balance. Yet the IMF offers a possible positive future scenario for the Hellenic Republic. Packed with facts and figures, this authoritative report offers a well-researched, if not entirely reassuring, assessment of the current state of the Greek economy and its progress. getAbstract recommends its findings to euro watchers everywhere.
In this summary, you will learn
- What economic progress Greece has made since 2010,
- Where it needs to improve and
- What roadblocks it still faces in its return to fiscal health.
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The International Monetary Fund is a global organization that provides advice and financing to member states in economic difficulties and works to reduce poverty in developing nations.