The Greek government unveils a budget plan in which it projects that the economy will finally...
The Greek government unveils a budget plan in which it projects that the economy will finally escape six years of recession in 2014 with growth of 0.2%. The government also plans to achieve a primary budget surplus of 4.5% in 2016, two years later than the under its bailout terms. Meanwhile, a majority of legislators from the socialist party agree to back more austerity, increasing the chances that it will pass in parliament.
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