July 3, 2015

IMF: Greece needs $55bn and debt relief to survive



Greek government welcomes IMF's assessment, saying it "completely justifies" Athens' position on debt sustainability.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that Greece needs $55bn and massive debt relief over the next three years to stabilise its finances. Read more.

Al Jazeera

Related,
IMF: Debt extension needed, writedown may be required - TOC
Athens: IMF report 'fully vindicates' Greek stance - DW

Greek PM eyes deal after ‘no’ vote, suggests retreat otherwise - eKathimerini
PM Tsipras: 'No' vote will pressure Europe to be more realistic with Greece - ANA-MPA

Dijsselbloem: A Greek "no" vote would not help its negotiating position - TOC

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