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Athens News Agency: News in English, 11-03-31

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] S&P downgrades four Greek banks
  • [02] IMF official on Greece
  • [03] GDP per capita figures 

  • [01] S&P downgrades four Greek banks

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    [02] IMF official on Greece

    WASHINGTON (ANA-MPA) -- The head of the IMF's foreign relations department on Thursday emphasised that the Greek government has "made it clear" that it plans to duly meet its obligations in terms of paying off the country's debts.

    Caroline Atkinson made the statement here in response to press questions, while adding that the IMF's programme for Greece is based on two axes, namely, measures to boost competitiveness, and fiscal reforms.

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    [03] GDP per capita figures

    (ANA-MPA) -- GDP per capita in Greece was 20,830 euros a year in 2009, 1.2 percent lower than in 2008, according to provisional data from regional accounts released by the Hellenic Statistical Authority EL.STAT on Thursday.

    According to these, the three regions with the highest per capital GDP in Greece were the Southern Aegean (25,290 euro a year), Attica (24,884 euros a year), and central Greece (22,534 euros a year).

    The poorest regions were Eastern Macedonia-Thrace (14,495 euros a year), Epirus (16,232 euros a year) and Western Greece (16, 247 euros a year). (ANA-MPA)

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