Negotiations between Greece and its European partners were suspended yesterday, as no agreement was reached.
The Greeks offered measures that aimed at both budgetary savings and increased revenue; Greece’s creditors were asking for a different policy mix that would not entail an extraordinary tax contribution and, therefore, more sustainable as a program. Instead, they asked for a reduction of pensions, which the Greek government denied.
No matter what the final agreement entails, both par...
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