Greece Reports Primary Surplus of 3.5 Bln Euro in Jan-Feb

Greece Reports Primary Surplus of 3.5 Bln Euro in Jan-Feb

Greece's general government's primary surplus amounted to 3.5 billion euro in January and February, a significant increase from 1.4 billion euro in the like period a year earlier, the Athens News Agency- Macedonian Press Agency reported, quoting finance alternate minister Christos Staikouras.
For a second year in a row, the country posts high and sustainable primary surpluses, reinforcing the country's negotiating position, Staikouras said. This supports the country's effort towards a sustainable public debt and contributes to improving the economic and investment climate in the country, placing the Greek economy in course to return to international capital markets, he added.

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