Greece will regain fiscal self-determination

For the first time since the debt crisis, Greece will no longer be subject to increased monitoring by the EU Commission as of August 20. This was announced by Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras in Athens on Wednesday. The release from curatorship has now been approved not only by the finance ministers of the euro countries but also by the responsible finance commissioner Paolo Gentiloni, Staikouras added.

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