Speaking to a German newspaper, Bild, Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos was quoted saying that the IMF needs to stop making unreasonable demands if it wants in with Greek bailout.
• IMF is wrong to ask Greece for more pension cuts and reduction of tax relief
• IMF accusations that Greek reform drive has slowed are untrue
• If IMF wants to participate in Greek bailout, it needs to stop making unreasonable demands
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