Greece More than Doubles Projected Budget Surplus before Interest

Greece More than Doubles Projected Budget Surplus before Interest

The Greek government than doubled its forecast for a budget surplus before interest payments this year, Reuters reported.
In a revised budget plan for 2014, the government confirmed it would emerge from a six-year recession with growth of 0.6% next year, the news agency said.
Athens also predicted a primary budget surplus of 812 million euro this year thanks to higher than expected tax revenues.
A difference in opinion on the forecasts for next year is one of the key barriers to its gaining more debt relief from the European Union and International Monetary Fund next year.

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