The International Monetary Fund has rescheduled Greece's fifth review report publication until next week.
Originally slated for tonight at 7 p.m., it has been reported to To Vima that the postponement was a result of "procedural reasons". Last Friday, the IMF confirmed its disbursement of 4.6 billion euros to the nation, while stating that the Hellenic government will not have to implement any new austerity measures in 2014. Today also brought the resignation of Greece's General Secretary for Public Revenues Haris Theoharis, due to personal reasons.
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