The International Monetary Fund (IMF) will begin a review of Greece’s finances later this week to provide “technical assistance” as Greece scrambles to address its growing economic crisis. Greek officials deny that the IMF is providing a bail-out and they have simply asked the IMF to help the country create a new taxation system and to guide Greece as it works to meet Eurozone deficit compliance rules.
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