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Mihai Tănăsescu, IMF: There are arguments that claim that the crisis will be extended
22.06.2011, 12:53 | Finance-Banks | 883 views



One of the themes of the last months is related to Greece’s situation and the way its situation might affect the rest of the European economies. Romania’s representative to the IMF, Mihai Tanasescu talked with HotNews.ro about the impact of Greece over the Romanian economy.

Tanasescu said that he does not believe that Greece risks a default as long as the EU and the IMF, anchors that back it up are very strong. He said that these organisms want from Greece to implement reforms and prove it can manage the problems on its own mainly, but with some international help.

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