Greece says it met deficit-cutting targets in 2012
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Greece says it met deficit-cutting targets in 2012

Athens : Greece | Feb 04, 2013 at 8:41 AM PST
Source: The Boston Globe
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Greece (AP) The Greek government says its painful austerity drive is paying off, with the budget deficit reduced to 6.6 percent of annual output in 2012 from 9.4 percent a year earlier. A finance ministry statement Monday said that, not counting the cost of servicing Greece's debt mountain, the government... FULL ARTICLE AT The Boston Globe
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