WASHINGTON—Greece needs a comprehensive debt restructuring by the eurozone and additional bailout cash totaling above €60 billion through 2018 to return the country back to health, the International Monetary Fund said Thursday.

The IMF’s projections, released in a review of Greece’s debt, come ahead of a Greek referendum Sunday that is likely to determine whether Athens will meet creditor terms for emergency financing the country needs to avoid default, financial chaos and an exit from the eurozone.

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Corrections & Amplifications

Greece needs a comprehensive debt restructuring by the eurozone and additional bailout cash totaling above €60 billion through 2018. An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported the amount as €560 billion.

 

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