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Athens Macedonian News Agency: News in English, 16-04-11

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Greek economic staff and institutions' representatives to resume negotiations at 3 pm
  • [02] Greeks negative over IMF's role, poll says

  • [01] Greek economic staff and institutions' representatives to resume negotiations at 3 pm

    "Progress has been made in order to have an agreement on bad loans, but the issue has not closed yet," Economy Minister George Stathakis said after the meeting with the representatives of the institutions early on Monday.

    A new meeting has been scheduled for 3 pm, the minister said adding that the negotiations must end on Monday because the representatives of the institutions leave on Tuesday.

    Stathakis noted that they have agreed on tax issues, while the discussion on bad loans will resume later in the day.

    Asked on the negotiations on bad loans, the Bank of Greece governor Yannis Stournaras said: "We are very close (to an agreement)."

    [02] Greeks negative over IMF's role, poll says

    Greeks are negative over IMF's role, according to an opinion poll conducted by Palmos Analysis for "Efimerida Ton Syntakton" newspaper.

    More specifically, 79 percent of the participants believes that IMF's role towards Greece is negative, while 78 percent of the respondents believe that the IMF blackmails the government to impose harsher measures.

    63 percent of the respondents said that the government should ask the IMF's retirement from the programme

    Finally, 77 percent said that the government should not accept additional measures.


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