Daily Management Review

Greek Authorities Need To ‘Show A Serious Commitment’: Benoit Coeure


11/29/2016


When it comes to Greece’s rescue programme, the authorities need to abide by the country’s commitments.



Francesco Canepa reports that the Executive Board Member of ECB, Benoit Coeure, on Monday said, that the authorities of Greece requires to “stick to the terms of the country's rescue program”, which includes additional reformation of the structure and product market while privatizing them.
 
Moreover, they need to clear a “bailout review” alongside. In his words:
“To bring the program to a successful conclusion and to restore market access for the sovereign on a lasting basis, it is above all essential that the Greek authorities continue to show a serious commitment to the goals and measures taken under the program”.
 
 
 
 
 
References:
http://www.reuters.com/







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