Greek Budget Showed Primary Surplus of 1.852 Billion Euro in January

Greek Budget Showed Primary Surplus of 1.852 Billion Euro in January

The Greek budget showed a surplus of 1.577 billion euro in January, up from a budget target for a surplus of 503 million euro and a surplus of 839 million euro in January last year.

The finance ministry, in a report on budget execution on an amended cash basis, said that the primary surplus was 1.852 billion euro in January, from a budget target for a primary surplus of 722 million and a primary surplus of 1.019 billion in January 2017.

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