By George Georgiopoulos and Balazs Koranyi
ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece will soon ease capital controls further but full liberalization will depend on progress in easing the country’s debt burden, which is also a precondition for entering the ECB’s asset buying scheme, central bank chief Yannis Stournaras said.
Propped up by three successive bailouts, Greece hopes to emerge from a long recession next year. But much of its outlook depends on getting a long-sought reduction of its huge debt pile, easing capital restrictions and inclusion in the ECB’s 1.74 trillion asset buying scheme.
“We gradually …