Tyrie: We must plan for Greek exit

Tolley, Steve
June 2012
Money Marketing (Online Edition);6/6/2012, p24
The article reports that Andrew Tyrie, treasury select committee chairman urges the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to focus on reforms that could help Greek exit from eurozone. It mentions that European Central Bank has bought Euro's related to eurozone government debt. It mentions that the responsibilities of IMF include, evaluating various policy choices, presenting them to the eurozone government and pressurizing the government to make suitable choices.


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