Greece’s clean exit: Politics vs economics

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Publication Date 04/04/2018
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There seemed to be a strong convergence of interests between the Greek government, the European Commission and Eurozone Member States (and the IMF) in the spring of 2018: they all wanted a clean exit from the Third Economic Adjustment Programme for Greece.

Lorenzo Codogno explained that political motivations might well collide with the need to reduce risks and favour a smooth and successful return to normality with a post-programme in place.

Source Link http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2018/04/04/greeces-clean-exit-politics-vs-economics/
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ESO: Key source: The Greek Debt Crisis http://www.europeansources.info/record/the-greek-debt-crisis-key-sources/
European Parliament: European Parliamentary Research Service: In-Depth Analysis, October 2017: Greece's financial assistance programme: Greece's financial assistance programme (June 2016) http://www.europeansources.info/record/greeces-financial-assistance-programme-september-2017/
European Commission: Economic and fiscal policy coordination: EU financial assistance: Which EU countries have received assistance?: Financial assistance to Greece https://ec.europa.eu/info/business-economy-euro/economic-and-fiscal-policy-coordination/eu-financial-assistance/which-eu-countries-have-received-assistance/financial-assistance-greece_en
European Commission: DG ECFIN: Compliance Report ESM Stability Support Programme for Greece. Third Review, March 2018 https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/economy-finance/compliance_report_3r_to_ewg_2018_03_02_1.pdf

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