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Igoumenitsa wins European Mobility Week Award for small municipalities

The city of Igoumenitsa in Northwestern Greece is won the European Mobility Week Award 2017 for small Municipalities. The Award is granted for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning. The European Commission announced the winners of the EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK Award 2017 and 6th Award for Sustainable Urban Mobility Planning (SUMP) at a ceremony …

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Lagarde: IMF participation only if Greece’s debt is sustainable

The International Monetary Fund participate in the Greek program only if the country’s debt is judged as sustainable, the Fund’s managing director Christine Lagarde said in an interview to representatives of leading European newspapers. Additionally, she said talks over the Greek debt must first be completed before the IMF decides …

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IMF vs EU Commission on Greece debt sustainability – Poll

The fronts remain unmovable: the International Monetary Fund and the EU lenders are stuck in their position regarding Greece debt sustainability. Big boys and girls playing with numbers, false multipliers and wrong forecasts on the back of millions of Greeks. Big boys and girls playing with the fates of millions …

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Greece, go figure! IMF: Debt not sustainable ESM: Debt Sustainable

Is the Greek debt sustainable or not? Opinions and approaches differ. The International Monetary Fund insists that the Greek debt is not sustainable, the Eurozone’s Fund European Stability Mechanism insists that the Greek debt is sustainable. Greece has three weeks to deal with ‘potentially disastrous’ debt, the IMF said adding …

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Deputy FinMin Staikouras admits: “Greek debt is not sustainable”

SSSS-U-rrr-P-R-I-S-E! Greek deputy finance minister Christos Staikouras admitted that “the Greek debt is not sustainable and its relief will require negotiation.” In an interview to weekly Parapolitika, Staikouras said: “The public debt has been gaining strong increasing dynamics, whether in absolute levels or in relation to GDP, the debt is …

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KEPE: Greece’s Debt not Sustainable without Interventions

Greece’s public debt is on a non- sustainable path even after a restructuring earlier this year, the nation’s Center of Planning and Economic Research said. The country will not be able to cut its debt to 120 percent of gross domestic product by 2020, as required under a bailout from …

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