Bundesbank adamant on Greek reform programme


The Deutsche Bundesbank today (May 23) released a report containing firm statements regarding the situation in Greece. The central bank said a Greek exit from the eurozone would be manageable and argued that the conditions for access to emergency funds should not be softened so as not to discourage the Greeks from necessary reforms in the country.

The report heaped pressure on the new Greek government to push forward with strict austerity and fiscal reforms in the country, by stressing that were

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