IMF warns Greece may need €10bn more

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Series Details 18.01.13
Publication Date 18/01/2013
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In the report issued in January 2013 the IMF warned that EU bailout lenders would need as much as €9.6bn in additional funds for Greece by the end of its current rescue even if the programme stays on track, but they could face huge losses on their existing loans if Athens’ bailout wobbles as in the past.

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