The International Monetary Fund has warned that Greece’s debts are on an “explosive” path, despite years of bailouts and half hearted economic reforms.
This oncoming explosion existentially threatens the eurozone itself.
The solution according to the IMF is debt forgiveness.
However, as noted many times before on this site, neither Germany nor the other members of the Quadriga (sans IMF) have forgiveness in their hearts.
Jeroen Dijsselbloem, the Eurogroup President repeated the mantra saying there would be no Greek debt forgiveness and dismissing
the IMF assessment of Greece’s growth prospects as overly pessimistic.
This will not end well!