Greek Economic Minister Dimitri Papadimitriou expresses confidence that talks over the third Greek bailout will soon be over without harm for the country.
Papadimitriou penned a note to an unnamed economics professor, noting that there aren't many differences in view between Greece and its creditors.
"I have a well-founded optimism that the review will conclude without repercussions for the country," he said.
Papadimitriou also stated that the unstable political environment may work in Greece's favor, as these conditions may be pressuring the European Union to work harder at preserving itself.
He also said that the forecasts predicting that Greece's economy will grow by 2.7 percent this year are ambitious but possible.
Greek economic minister thinks bailout talks will conclude soon
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