We will not implement any new measures, said Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos during the meeting of the Parliamentary Economic Affairs Committee. He also noted that data on the new middle-term bailout programme and the primary surplus will be rounded up at the end of the year. All will depend on whether the International Monetary Fund will ask of the Europeans a further adjustment of the Greek debt.
During the discussion of the bill ratifying European directive on the capital market, New Democracy MP Dimitris Stamatis asked the minister about new measures not being anticipated. “Clearly not,” replied Mr. Tsakalotos.
Meanwhile, General Accounting Office sources appear confident about public revenues influx. The same sources stressed stressing that the cash flow of revenue in July, raises no concern about their general course, concluding that during the first half of the year, net revenues increased by 3.8% compared to the amount anticipated.