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Greece secures bailout deal with Troika   

At least $10.4 billion in bailout funds were approved by the IMF, ECB and EU to continue Greece's reform efforts.

 

 

欧元集团主席戴塞尔布卢姆宣布,希腊将有条件从欧盟获得30亿欧元的贷款、欧洲央行20亿欧元的购债注资,国际货币基金组织向其提供约18亿欧元的援助,援金总计68亿欧元。由欧盟、欧洲央行和国际货币基金组织组成的“三驾马车”对希腊的评估报告称,希腊正在推进各项措施以实现改革目标,在多个领域取得了重要进展。IMF总裁拉加德说,希腊为改革付出的努力令人尊重,相信希腊偿债能力具有可持续性。欧盟委员会负责经济和货币事务的委员奥利·雷恩说,希腊近期在改革方面虽取得进展,但仍需更多决心和努力。希腊应着力刺激市场竞争,促进发展私有制。



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Greece looks ready to get its next installment of bailout money. It’s managed to convince the Troika that its economic reforms are on track.



The IMF, the ECB, the Commission had reached a deal with Greece on a set of controversial cuts and reforms, now paves the way for Euro Zone finance ministers to approve the next payment of around $10.4 billion.



The Troika get warned that Greece was behind in some areas and the economic outlook was uncertain. The situation is so flawed that the mayor of Athens was assaulted on Sunday outside a meeting where cuts were being discussed.



Elinda Labropoulou is in the Greek capital and joins us this evening. Elinda, well, here we go again? The Greek, the Greek, their government gets their money; the Troika has probably turned a blind eye to things that maybe they shouldn’t have done. But the fact is nobody is going to say whether or not, this is well and truly off track or not.



Well, you are absolutely right about that. This is a situation that we have seen a number of times before.



But it seems that right now it’s not the time to upset these balances. We have seen a lot of instability in the overall region. We have seen also a lot of instability in the neighboring Portugal. So in that sense it seems that the Troika really now wants to keep tones much lower; it wants to help Greece, if you like, to try and push these reforms through.



But those are very difficult reforms to push through, simply because it’s something that Greece has done on a number of occasions, and things are just getting tougher and tougher all the time.



The unions are back on the streets, people are mobilizing. And what the Greek government hasn’t managed to do until now for years effectively until now, the cuts in the civil sector are once again coming up on the agenda. So what Greece is gonna trying and do, is look, looking at very tough reforms in a very short phase of time.



Ahead of it, most of it has to do with mobility putting people in labor reserve and effectively having to fire thousands of people. In the civil sector, it’s looking at privatization that has still not been completed. The number of these deals have fallen through. It’s also looking at cuts in the Health sector, so a very difficult time ahead for Greece.

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Greece looks ready to get its next installment of bailout money. It’s money to convince the Troika that its economic reforms are on track.

The IMF, the ECB, the Commission had reached a deal with Greece on a set of controversial cuts and reforms, now paves the way for Euro Zone finance ministers to approve the next payment of around $10.4 million.

The Troika get warned that Greece was behind in some areas and the economic outlook was uncertain. The situation is so flawed that the mayor of Athens was assaulted on Sunday outside a meeting where cuts were being discussed.

Elinda Labropoulou is in the Greek capital and joins us this evening. Elinda, where here we go again? The Greek, the Greek, their government get their money; the Troika has probably turned a blind eye to things that maybe they shouldn’t have done. But the fact is nobody is going to say whether or not, this is well and truly off track or not.

Well, you are absolutely right about that. This is a situation that we have seen a number of times before.

But it seems that right now it’s not the time to upset these balances. We have seen a lot of instability in the overall region. We have seen also a lot of instability in the neighboring Portugal. So in that sense it seems that the Troika really now wants to keep tones much lower; it wants to help Greece, if you like, to try and push these reforms.

But those are very difficult reforms to push through, simply because it’s something that Greece has done on a number of occasions, and things are just getting tougher and tougher all the time.

The unions are back on the streets, people are mobilizing. And what the Greek government hasn’t managed to do until now for years effectively until now, the cuts in the civil sector are once again coming up on the agenda. So what Greece is gonna trying and do, is look, looking at very tough reforms in a very short phase of time.

Ahead of it, most of it has to do with mobility putting people in labor reserve and effectively having to fire thousands of people. In the civil sector, it’s looking at privatization that has still not been completed. The number of these deals have fallen through. It’s also looking at cuts in the Health sector. It’s a very difficult time perhaps for Greece.
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Greece looks ready to get its next installment of bailout money. It’s managed to convince Troika that its economic reforms are on track. The IMF, ECB, the Commission had reached a deal with Greece on a set of controversial cuts and reforms, now paves the way for Euro zone Finance Ministers to approve the next payment of around 10.4billion dollars. The Troika did warn that Greece was behind in some areas, and the economic outlook was uncertain. The situation is so fraud that Africa was insulted on meeting where cuts were being discussed. Elinda Labropoulou is in the Greek capital and joins us this evening.

Elinda, well, here we go again. The Greek government gets their money. The Troika has probably turned a blind eye to things that maybe they shouldn’t have done. But the fact is nobody is going to say whether or not this is well and truly on track or not.  

Well, you are absolutely right about that. This is a situation that we have seen a number of times before. But it seems that right now is not the time to upset these balances we have seen a lot of instability and the overall region we have seen also a lot of instability in their neighboring Portugal, so in that sense, it seems that the Troika really now wants to know tones much lower, it wants to help Greece if you like to try and push these reforms through. But they are very difficult reforms to push through. Simply because it’s something Greece has done in a number of occasions and things are just getting tougher and tougher all the time. The unions are back on the streets, people are mobilizing and what the Greek government has managed to do until now for years, effectively until now, the cuts in the civil sector are once again coming up in the agenda. So what Greece is gonna try and do is looking at very tough reforms in very short space of time. Ahead of it, most of it is to do with mobility, putting people in labor reserve and effectively having to fire thousands of people in this civil sector. It’s looking at privatization that has still not been completed. A number of these deals have fallen through. It’s also looking at cuts in the health sector. So very difficult time ahead for Greece.
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Greece looks ready to get its next installment of bail out money, it's managed to convince the Troika that its economic reforms are on track, the IMF, the ECB the commission had reached a deal with Greece on a set of controversial cuts and reforms, now paves the way for Euro zone finance ministers to approve the next payment, around $10.4 billion, the Troika did warn that Greece was behind in some areas and the economic outlook was uncertain, the situation is  so fraud that the mayor of Athens was assaulted on Sunday outside a meeting where cuts were being discussed, Elinda L is in the Greek capital and joins us this evening, Elinda, well here we go again, the Greek, their government get their money, the Troika has probably turned a blind eye to things that maybe they shouldn't have done, but the fact is nobody is going to say whether or not this is well truly on track or not.
Well you are absolutely right about that, this is the situation that we have seen a number of times before, but it seems that right now is not the time to upset these balances, we've seen a lot of instability in the overall region, we've seen also a lot of instability in the neighboring Portugal, so in that sense it seems the Troika really now wants to keep tones much lower, it wants to help Greece if you like to try and push these reforms through, but they are very difficult reforms to push through, simply because it's something that Greece has done  in a number of occasions, and things are just getting tougher and tougher all the time, the unions are back on the streets, people are mobilizing and what the Greek government hasn't managed to do until now, for years effectively until now, the cuts in the civil sector are once again coming up in the agenda, so what Greece is going to try and do, it looks it's looking at very tough reforms in a very short space of times ahead of it, mostly it has to do with mobility, putting people on labor reserve and effectively have to fire thousands of people in the civil sector, it's looking at privatisation that has still not been completed, a number of these deals have fallen through, it's also looking at cuts in the health sector, so very difficult times ahead for Greece.

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Greece looks ready to get its next installment of bailout money. It’s managed to convince Troika that its economic reforms are on track. The IMF, ECB, the Commission had reached a deal with Greece on a set of controversial cuts and reforms, now paves the way for Euro zone Finance Ministers to approve the next payment of around 10.4billion dollars. The Troika did warn that Greece was behind in some areas, and economic outlook was uncertain. The situation is so fraud that the mayor of // was assaulted on Sunday outside a meeting where cuts were being discussed. Elinda Lapupoulou is in the Greek capital and joins us this evening.

Elinda, well, here we go again. The Greek, the Greek, get, their government, gets their money. The Troika has probably turned a blind eye to things that maybe they shouldn’t have done. But the fact is nobody is going to say whether or not this is well and truly off track or not.  

Elinda: Well, you are absolutely right about that. This is a situation that we have seen a number of times before. But it seems that right now is not the time to upset these balances. We  have seen a lot of instability in the overall region, and we've seen also a lot of instability in their neighboring Portugal, so in that sense, it seems that the Troika really now wants to keep tones much lower, it wants to help Greece if you like to try and push these reforms through. But they are very difficult reforms to push through, simply because it’s something that Greece has done on a number of occasions, and things are just getting tougher and tougher all the time. The unions are back on the streets, people are mobilizing.
And what the Greek government hasn't managed to do until now for years, effectively until now, the cuts in the civil sector are once again coming up in the agenda.
So what Greece is gonna try and do is looks, looking at very tough reforms in a very short space of time.
Ahead of it, most of it is to do with mobility, putting people in labor reserves and effectively having to fire thousands of people in this civil sector. It’s looking at privatization that has still not been completed. A number of these deals have fallen through. It’s also looking at cuts in the health sector. So very difficult a time is ahead for Greece.
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Greece looks ready to get its next installment of bailout money. It’s managed to convince the Troika that its economic reforms are on track. The IFM, the ECB, the Commission, had reached a deal with Greece on a set of controversial cuts and reforms, now paves the way for eurozone finance ministers to approve the next payment of around $10.4 billion.

The Troika did warned that Greece was behind in some areas and the economic outlook was uncertain. The situation is so fraught that the mayor of Athens was assaulted on Sunday outside a meeting where cuts were being discussed. Elinda Labropoulou is in the Greek Capital and joins us this evening.

Elinda, well, here we go again. The Greek -- their government gets their money, the Troika has probably turned a blind eye to things that maybe they shouldn’t have done. But the fact is nobody is going to say whether or not this is well and truly off track or not.

Well, you are absolutely right about that. This is a situation that we have seen a number of times before. But it seems that right now is not the time to upset these balances. We’ve seen a lot of instability in the overall region. We’ve seen also a lot of instability in the neighboring Portugal.

So, in that sense, it seems that the Troika really now wants to keep tones much lower. It wants to help Greece if you like, to try and push these reforms through. But they are very difficult reforms to put through, simply because it’s something that Greece has done on a number of occasions and things are just getting tougher and tougher all the time.

The Unions are back on the streets, people are mobilizing, and what the Greek government hasn’t managed to do until now -- for years, effectively, until now -- the cuts in the civil sector are once again coming up in the agenda.

So, what Greece’s gonna try and do, it’s looking at very tough reforms in a very short space of time ahead of it. Most of it is to do with mobility, putting people on labor reserve and effectively having to fire thousands of people in the civil sector.

It’s looking at privatizations that have still not been completed. A number of these deals have fallen through. It’s also looking at cuts in the health sector. So, very difficult times ahead for Greece.
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Greek looks ready to get its next installment of bailout money. It's money to convince the Trolka that its economic reforms are on track.

The IMF, the ECB, the Commission had reach a deal with Greece on a set of contoversial cuts reforms, now paves the way for Euro Zone finace ministers to approve the next payment of around 10.4 million dollars.

The Trolka get warned that Greece was behind in some areas and the economic outlook was uncertain. The situation is so flawed that the mayor of Athens was assaulted on Sunday outside a meeting where cuts were being discussed.

Elinda Labropoulou is in the Greek capital and joins us this evening. Elinda where here we go again? The Greek, the Greek, their government get their money; the Trolka has probably turned a belind eye to things that maybe they shouldn't have done. But the fact is that noboday is going to say whether or not this is well and truly off track or not.

Well, you're absolutely right about that. This is a situation that we have seen a number of times before.

But it seems that right now it's not the time to upset these balances. We've seen a lot of instability in the overall region. We have seen also a lot of instability in the neighboring Portugal. So, in that sense, it seems that the Trolka really now wants to keep tones much lower; it wants to help Greece, if you like, to try and push these reforms through.

But those're very difficult reforms to put through, simply because it's something that Greece has done on a number of occasions and things are just getting tougher and tougher all the time.

The Uions are back on the streets, people are mobilizing. And what the Greek government hasn't managed to do until now for years effectively until now, the cuts in the civil sector are once again coming up on the agenda. So what Greece is going to try and do, is looks, looking at very tough reforms in a very short phase of time.

Ahead of it, most of it has to do with mobility putting people in labor reserve and effectively having to fire thousand of people. In the civil sector, it's looking at privatization that has still not been completed. The number of these deals have fallen through. It's also looking at cuts the health sector. It's a very difficult time perhaps for Greece.
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Greece looks ready to get its next installment of bail out money, it's managed to convince the Troika that its economic reforms are on track, the IMF, the ECB the commission had reached a deal with Greece on a set of controversial cuts and reforms, now paves the way for Euro zone finance ministers to approve the next payment, around $10.4 billion, the Troika did warn that Greece was behind in some areas and the economic outlook was uncertain, the situation is  so fraud that the mayor of Athens was assaulted on Sunday outside a meeting where cuts were being discussed, Elinda L is in the Greek capital and joins us this evening, Elinda, well here we go again, the Greek, their government get their money, the Troika has probably turned a blind eye to things that maybe they shouldn't have done, but the fact is nobody is going to say whether or not this is well truly on track or not.Well you are absolutely right about that, this is the situation that we have seen a number of times before, but it seems that right now is not the time to upset these balances, we've seen a lot of instability in the overall region, we've seen also a lot of instability in the neighboring Portugal, so in that sense it seems the Troika really now wants to keep tones much lower, it wants to help Greece if you like to try and push these reforms through, but they are very difficult reforms to push through, simply because it's something that Greece has done  in a number of occasions, and things are just getting tougher and tougher all the time, the unions are back on the streets, people are mobilizing and what the Greek government hasn't managed to do until now, for years effectively until now, the cuts in the civil sector are once again coming up in the agenda, so what Greece is going to try and do, it looks it's looking at very tough reforms in a very short space of times ahead of it, mostly it has to do with mobility, putting people on labor reserve and effectively have to fire thousands of people in the civil sector, it's looking at privatisation that has still not been completed, a number of these deals have fallen through, it's also looking at cuts in the health sector, so very difficult times ahead for Greece.
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And in Linda in lapolo is in the great capital and join us this evening. Linda, where are we going again, the Greek government get their money the troika has probably turned a blind eye, the things are maybe they shouldn't have done. But the fact is nobody is going to say whether or not this welen truly of truck or not.
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Greece looks ready to get its next installments of bail-out money. It has managed to convince the and its economic reforms are on track. The IMF ECB the commission has reached a deal with Greece on a set of controversial cuts and reforms. Now it paves the way for Euros and Finance to approve that next payment around 10.4 billion dollars. The did warn that Greece was behind in some areas. The economic outlook was unsound, the situation is so fraud that Athens was assaulted. On Sunday that meeting while cuts will being discussed. A  is in the great capital and joins us this evening. And Linda, where here we go again? The Greek, the government gets their money, the has probably turned a blind eye to things that may be they shouldn't have done, but the fact is nobody is going to say whether or not this is off track or not.   

Well you're absolutely right about that. This is a situation that we have seen a number of times before. But it seems that right now is not the time to upset these balances. We've seen a lot of instability and the overall region has seen also a lot of instability in their neighboring of Portugal. So in that sense it seems that really now wants to keep tones much lower, it wants to help Greece if you like, to try and push these reform through. But it's a very difficult reform to push through simply because it was something that Greece have done on a number of occasions. And things are just getting tougher and tougher all the time. The Unions are back on the streets, people are mobilizing, and what the Greek government hasn't managed to do until now for years effectively until now, the cuts of civil sector are once again coming up in the agenda. So what Greece gonna try and do is to look after a very tough reforms in a very short space of time. Ahead of it, most of it is to do with mobility putting people in labor reserve and effectively having to fire thousands of people in the civil sector. It's looking at privatizations that have still not been completed, number of these deals have fallen through, it's also looking at cuts in the house sector, so very difficult times are ahead for Greece.        

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