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This report identifies emergency measures to address the most pressing needs of vulnerable groups, notably youth and jobless households. It also shows that a comprehensive strategy, involving action at the European level, would contribute to placing the Greek economy on a sustainable growth path.
Category: Business. ISBN: 9789221291534

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The Greek authorities have requested a precautionaryStand-By Arrangement in an amount of SDR 1.3 billion (55 percent of quota, about 1.6billion). Unutilized resources under the European Stability Mechanism (ESM)-supportedprogram amount to 54 billion. The arrangement is proposed to be approved inprinciple, to become effective once specific and credible assurances on debt relief arereceived from Greeces European partners to restore debt sustainability, and to expire onAugust 31, 2018, shortly after the expiration of the ESM program.
Category: Business. ISBN: 9781484311219

Greece

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This paper discusses Greece's Ex Post Evaluation of Exceptional Access Under the 2012 Extended Arrangement. Greece has made significant progress in unwinding its macroeconomic imbalances since the onset of its financial crisis. However, extensive fiscal consolidation and internal devaluation have come at a high cost to society, reflected in declining incomes and exceptionally high unemployment. On the basis of Greece's current policy adjustment program, long-term growth is expected to reach slightly lower than 1 percent, and the primary fiscal surplus is projected to come in at about 1.5 percent of GDP. Downside risks to the macroeconomic and fiscal outlook remain significant, related to incomplete or delayed policy implementation.
Category: Business. ISBN: 9781475576252

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An exciting, hands-on collection of ideas and activities designed to introduce your students to the fascinating world of ancient Greece. Learn about the citizens, politics, daily life, food, entertainment, music, sports, literature, architecture, fashion and more! Students will write their own myths, construct a paper clip catapult, consult an oracle, design a classical column, create currency along with many other innovative group and individual projects. Unique source materials add to the wealth of information included in this outstanding resource!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction. ISBN: 9781429112024

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The remains of antiquity define Greek architecture in the popular imagination, but Greek edifices encompass far more than these ancient structures. Offered here is a comprehensive survey of modern Greek architecture of the past hundred-plus years. The book explores the buildings and architects of modern Greece, ranging from nineteenth-century neoclassical edifices to minimalist contemporary works and urban renewal projects. The ideas driving the creation of these buildings are given full attention, as the authors examine the influence of the rise of Modernism in the arts and the characteristics of regional styles, while also considering the reasons behind the bland, functional structures that have dominated Greek cityscapes since World War II. Greece situates this design survey within the nation's tumultuous cultural and political history, including the two world wars, a military dictatorship, civil war, and the consumerist boom of the 1990s.             A penetrating and thorough study, Greece offers a compelling account of modern Greek architecture that will be invaluable for all scholars of design and European history.  
Category: Architecture. ISBN: 9781861893796

Greece

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In this study, Greece's economic program has progress toward its sustainable growth by boosting competitiveness, strengthening financial sector stability, and securing sustainable public finances. The fiscal and broader reforms are to achieve the program's medium-term objectives. Structural reforms are being deepened to support recovery. More sufficient use of state assets will support fiscal adjustment efforts, promote growth and employment, and help Greece retire maturing debt. The financial system remains stable, and time is needed to allow banks to deleverage and restructure in an orderly fashion.
Category: Business. ISBN: 9781455223046

Greece

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Greece is located on the southern tip of Europe, bordering the Aegean, Adriatic, and Mediterranean seas. Various civilizations, Greek gods, and Greek wars influenced Greek culture, which is rich in arts, philosophy, and government. Through these influences, a great nation and culture was developed.
Category: Education. ISBN: 9780743904346

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The economic recovery in Greece is accelerating and broadening. Growth and job creation in Greece are expected to accelerate further in 2019. Public sector financing needs remain manageable under the baseline due to strong fiscal balances, low debt servicing costs, and a large cash buffer. While access to external funding is improving, spreads remain high, and domestic credit growth remains negative. In this scenario, Greece’s capacity to repay the Fund is assessed to be adequate. However, vulnerabilities remain significant and downside risks are rising. Greece’s crisis legacies - high public debt, impaired private balance sheets - along with a still-weak payment culture make the economy vulnerable to increasing external (e.g., global slowdown, sharp tightening of financial conditions) and domestic risks (e.g., ongoing court cases challenging key reforms, and reform fatigue). If selected fiscal risks materialize, the sovereign’s repayment capacity could become challenged over the medium term.
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Greece

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"If in the library of your house you do not? have the works of the ancient Greek writers then you have a house with no light" George Bernard Shaw There is so much in the modern world which has its origins in Greece, most notably language and literature. As Shelley once said, "We are all Greeks†?. This small, rugged, sea-girt country has the longest written history in Europe. Her myths and legends, so deeply embedded in Western consciousness, and her sublime landscapes, so infused with history, have been muse for writers, artists and travellers for millennia. Travelling from Athens to the scattered islands of the Ionian and Aegean seas, the words of literary titans in the West echo through the centuries: from Homer and Plato to Byron, Flaubert and Twain; Henry Miller to John Fowles; the Durrells to Patrick Leigh Fermor and Cavafy, Kazantzakis and Seferis. Their luminous portraits of Greece – poignant, provocative, always entertaining - enrich our own experiences of the country and shed light on a dramatic and often tragic past.
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Greece

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Greece has stabilized its economy and begun to grow. The authorities deservecredit for largely eliminating macroeconomic imbalances, including via a significant fiscaladjustment, and for many other reforms undertaken in recent years. Reflecting theseefforts, European partners have provided significant support, most recently agreeing to afinal loan disbursement under the ESM program and additional debt relief. However, asthe country exits the program era in August, crisis legacies and an unfinished policyreform agenda in most areas weigh on Greeceâs prospects. High public debt, weak bankbalance sheets, reliance on capital controls and emergency liquidity assistance, andworrisome social indicators, including still-high unemployment, all weigh on growth andsocial cohesion. Fiscal adjustment has been sizable, but has relied on distortionary hightax rates on still-narrow bases and growth-detrimental discretionary spending cuts, andefforts to bring down tax and spending arrears have been met with limited success.Social spending is better targeted, but many social needs remain unmet and the risk ofpoverty remains high. Bank credit continues to shrink. Structural reform efforts toaddress obstacles to growth and competitivenessâwhile significantâhave fallen wellshortof what is needed, and competitiveness indicators remain below the Euro Areaaverage. Notably, the planned reversal of reforms to the collective bargaining frameworkrisks undoing previous gains in competitiveness.
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