Greece's Jan-Feb Primary Budget Surplus Beats Target

Greece's Jan-Feb Primary Budget Surplus Beats Target

Greece's central government primary budget surplus, before interest payments, in the January-February period rose to 2.1 billion euro ($2.91 billion), exceeding the government's 1.047 billion euro interim target, Reuters reported quoting deputy finance minister Christos Staikouras.
In the same period a year earlier the country's central government posted a primary budget surplus of 487 million euro. The figure excludes the budgets of social security organisations and the local administration.

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