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CORRECTED-FACTBOX-Key targets in Greece's 2013 budget

(Corrects figure on family benefit outlays to 0.427, not 0.407, and reduced tax returns to 0.060, not 0.492)

ATHENS, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Greece on Monday unveiled its 2013 draft budget, aimed at pleasing international lenders and securing a vital tranche of bailout cash.

The following are the Greek government's key targets and projections, as well aS the austerity measures being negotiated with the EU/ECB/IMF troika.

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2012 2013 GDP GROWTH (%) -6.5 -3.8 GDP (bln eur) 200.9 193.1 DEFICIT (% of GDP) -6.6 -4.2 PRIMARY BUDGET BALANCE (% of GDP) -1.4 +1.1 UNEMPLOYMENT (%) 23.5 24.7 EU-HARMONISED INFLATION 1.2 0.7

GENERAL GOVT PUBLIC DEBT (% of GDP) 169.5 179.3

(bln eur) 340.6 346.2 ------------------- AUSTERITY MEASURES SPENDING CUTS (bln eur) Public sector restructuring 0.483 Local government restructuring 0.1 State salaries 1.1 Pensions 3.79 Social welfare benefits 0.347 Healthcare 0.803 Defence 0.304 Education 0.132 State utilities 0.241 SUB TOTAL 7.308 ADDITIONAL REVENUE Rationalising family benefit outlays 0.427 Raising retirement age by two years 0.005 Reduced tax returns 0.060 SUB TOTAL 0.492 TOTAL IMPACT OF MEASURES 7.8

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source: Finance Ministry

(Reporting by George Georgiopoulos)

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Keywords: GREECE BUDGET/