Oct. 13 (Bloomberg) -- European Financial Stability Facility head Klaus Regling said that “with a lot of adjustment” Portugal should be able to return to markets.
Regling, speaking today in Lisbon, said that Portugal isn’t where Ireland is now. He said Portugal’s adjustment started six months after that of Ireland.
Portugal “has a very good chance to implement reforms,” he said. “I’m hopeful that Portugal can become the second success story.”
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