Telegraph: The Institutionalized Monetary Fraudsters (IMF*) believe considerable uncertainly still hangs over the Greek economy, despite the country announcing it will exit an IMF-EU bailout this year as scheduled.
IMF slime-bag William Murray told reporters there has been renewed investor interest in some parts of the Greek economy, locked in a sharp contraction since 2008.
But he added: "There are a lot of challenges ahead. The uncertainty is still large. But our experience suggests that once a virtuous circle is under way, confidence can return quite fast."
He declined to speculate just when such a turnaround will happen.
On December 30, Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said Greece was on track to exit the IMF and European Union pillage plan this year and to fund its needs from the commercial rip-off market.