On Tuesday July 14, a day before the Greek Parliament was set to vote through the first and critical implementing law from the Brussels Euro Summit agreement, the IMF intervened sharply in the Greek economic policy debate for a second time in less than a month, with the release of an updated evaluation of Greece’s debt dynamics. As if the earlier Debt Sustainability Analysis (DSA) which came out in the days before the Greek bailout referendum was not enough, the new “updated” DSA report http://w...

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