Greece receives its final loan from European creditors, completing a bailout program begun in 2015, the country’s third since 2010. In total, Greece now owes the EU and IMF roughly 290 billion euros ($330 billion), part of a public debt that has climbed to 180 percent of GDP. To finance this debt, Athens commits to running a budget surplus through 2060, accepts continued EU financial supervision, and imposes additional austerity measures. EU officials hail the bailout as a success, pointing to Greece’s return to growth. Unemployment, too, has fallen, though, at 20 percent, it remains the EU’s highest. The IMF, however, maintains that the Greek economy, which has shrunk by 25 percent since the beginning of the crisis, will likely require further debt relief.