IMF can end its agony over GreeceLONDON. (Editorial Financial Times). The International Monetary Fund fought hard and successfully to join the eurozone governments and the European Central Bank when a rescue for Greece was launched more than two long years ago. It has not been a happy experience. The Greek economy has underperformed growth and debt targets and is now enmeshed in a post-election tangle. Unless there is a sharp reduction in the disarray and denial among the fund’s European co-lenders, it is time the IMF handed the reins
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