Greece Posts Primary Surplus of 2.592 Bln Euro in Jan-Oct

Greece Posts Primary Surplus of 2.592 Bln Euro in Jan-Oct

Greece's central government had a primary budget surplus of 2.592 billion euro in the ten-months through October, compared with a primary deficit of 1.139 billion euro for the same period in 2012 and a primary deficit target of 3.036 billion euro, deputy finance minister Christos Staikouras said, as quoted by the Athens News Agency-Macedonian Press Agency.
The general government deficit for the like period amounted to 2.957 billion euro, compared to a deficit of 12.258 billion euro last year and a target of 8.726 billion euro.
"The state budget continues to run satisfactorily," Staikouras noted. “It seems that the country is on track to meet its targets.”

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