The IMF’s executive board on Tuesday announced that it concluded an “Article IV consultation” with Greece earlier this month, and specifically on June 8.

According to the Washington D.C.-based international financial institution, “…the Greek economy recovered strongly from the severe COVID-19-induced recession, with output returning to the pre-pandemic level in 2021. The strong fiscal response, accommodative monetary policy and prudential policies, and sizable EU support have been key to fostering the recovery. Despite the challenging environment, reforms progressed in several areas, including digitization, privatization, improving the fiscal policy mix, and bank balance sheet repair. Greece completed the early payment of all outstanding IMF credit in April, which terminates the Post Financing Assessment.”

The entire press release is here 

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