Greece Must Implement Measures, EU’s Mors Tells Sueddeutsche

March 29 (Bloomberg) -- Greece still needs to implement several measures which may be “painful” for its population to restore the country’s fiscal health and remain in the euro, Sueddeutsche Zeitung reported, citing the European Commission’s Matthias Mors.

European Union member states will probably insist on Greece not becoming accustomed to being a recipient of aid, the newspaper cited the member of the so-called troika of the commission, International Monetary Fund and European Central Bank as saying.

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