According to the Hellenic Statistical Authority, the deficit of the general government in 2013 was 23.1 billion euros or 12.7% of GDP. The unified debt of the general government in nominal values at the end of 2013 was 318.7 billion euros or 175.1% of GDP.
Between 2010 and 2013 country's GDP shrank more than 40 billion euros. It is worth to note that only for 2013 the general government supported banks with 6,189.3 million euros through the Hellenic Financial Stability Fund (HFSF), while 14,759 million were given to recapitalize the four systemic banks, thus more than 20 billions in total, or equal to the half of the GDP loses for the period 2010-2013.
The corresponding numbers in 2010, when Greece was excluded from markets, were 10.9% of GDP for the deficit and 148.3% of GDP for the debt of the general government.
This is another proof that Greece's recent "return to markets" is clearly a political decision allowed by the international banksters in order to support current neoliberal government to complete the experiment. There is nothing accidental in the so-called "markets", nor they behave "automatically", as the mainstream economists want us to believe.
According to table 3 of the report, 10.6% of the deficit in 2013 is due to the support to banks! Which means that the deficit would be only 2.1% without this support!