Greece’s budget deficit in January-April turned out to be larger than planned

The Greek government reported a larger-than-expected primary budget deficit of € 6.21 billion in the first four months of the year, due to lower tax revenues, finance ministry data showed on Monday. The government is targeting a primary budget deficit, which does not include debt service costs, of € 5.24 billion for the January-April period. […]

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