The IMF said the main threats to Greece's recovery were poor tax collection, insufficient implementation of some long-term reforms, and enduring political uncertainty. It added that Athens should even consider replacing current managers with "foreign experts" to revive its troubled privatization program.Using unusually blunt wording, it said growing public support for Syriza, the leftist main opposition party, and other parties that want to reject the bailout program kept the country at risk of "complete political failure" and a potential eurozone exit.
IMF: Greece Recovering, Needs More EU Cash
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