IMF chief says no immediate sign Greece needs help

WARSAW, March 29 (BestGrowthStock) – Greece has not asked the
International Monetary Fund for help and there is no immediate
sign of its needing to do so, the head of the IMF, Dominique
Strauss-Kahn, said on Monday.

European Union leaders last week agreed to create a safety
net for debt-ridden Greece in which the IMF would have a part to
play but Strauss-Kahn said there was no indication at the moment
that Athens would require assistance.

“I hope that the EU strategy for Greece works,” he said,
visiting Warsaw’s business school during a one-day trip to
Poland.

“We are ready to help Greece as with any of our members but
it is not obvious today that help will be absolutely necessary.”
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(Reporting by Crispian Balmer; Editing by James Mackenzie)

IMF chief says no immediate sign Greece needs help