Entretanto sobre a Grécia
FMI e UE não se entendem.
“The difference of strategy, however, between the institutions is creating obstacles. The IMF puts its red lines on the reforms, especially on pension and labour reforms, while it has loose lines on the topic of the primary surplus. On the back of the mind of the IMF lies the thought of debt write off, so that this can be rendered sustainable. On the contrary, the European Commission has red lines on the topic of the primary surplus, and consequently, on the issue of not cutting the debt, and loose lines on tough reforms, such as those regarding pensions and labour relations.”
Ah, o cheiro a trampa em Bruxelas…