Greece Needs Additional $11B To Make It Through 2015

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Less than a year since Greece’s last round of budget negotiations and there is already a major shortfall, €11 billion according to IMF estimates, but probably even more according to Citi Research analyst Giada Giani. Many critics of the first deal thought that it was unrealistic, papering over the real challenges that Greece is facing, and this will give them more reason to wonder if it’s time for Greece to leave the Eurozone.

Greece Needs Additional $11B To Make It Through 2015

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