June 22 (Reuters) – Greece’s plan to reduce its budget deficit in 2010 is on target, prepared slides for the head of the country’s debt management agency (PDMA) at a bond conference in London showed on Tuesday.
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The slides for PDMA chief Petros Christodoulou showed the government had already achieved a 40 percent reduction in deficit in first five months of 2010.
This was before the full implementation of the additional measures introduced in March and May, according to the slides. (Reporting by Emelia Sithole-Matarise and Ian Chua)