Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Much-needed rescue cash will finally start flowing into Greek coffers later this month, as the Eurozone group clears the way for a 130-billion Euro bailout. However, the International Monetary Fund is yet to confirm its part in the deal despite Greece agreeing a bond-swap deal with private creditors. One senior Euro official even suggested its debt could fall more than expected. But Euro MP Paul Nuttall believes southern European countries should just get out of the currency union.