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European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi gave his assurance today that the Greek banks can continue to rely on emergency liquidity assistance (ELA). "ELA will continue to...

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Forget the monotonous term "Grexit" that has occupied thousands of newspaper pages throughout the years of the crisis, Citigroup Inc. economist Ebrahim Rahbari adds...

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SkyGreece Airlines will act as a communication bridge between the Greek Diaspora in the U.S. and Canada and the motherland through the launch of transatlantic...

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Greek exports to the United States in 2014 rose by almost 10 percent compared to 2013 and exceeded 1 billion dollars, according to the...

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The Energy Ministers of Greece, Bulgaria and Romania agreed on the construction of a gas interconnection grid, which is scheduled to begin on March...

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Colossal Russian energy company Gazprom chief Alexei Miller said his country guarantees annual supplies of up to 47 billion cubic meters of natural gas to Central...

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Anyone reading coverage of last week’s Greek independence celebration at the White House cannot be faulted for thinking Greece is anything but a country...

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Greece, Cyprus and Hungary are likely to be allowed to export fruits and vegetables to Russia, despite the ongoing European Union sanctions imposed on...

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Russia has denied a report that it is about to sign a gas pipeline deal with Greece as early as Tuesday. The report came from German...

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An agreement between Moscow and Athens for the construction of the "Turkish Stream" gas pipeline, expected to bring up to 5.0 billion euros to...

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Once again, the German press is reporting about Greece’s exit from the Eurozone. The most worrying report came from German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung. There will be no...

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Neighboring countries put Greek bank subsidiaries in quarantine in fear of contagion should there be an economic "accident" in Greece, a "Kathimerini" report said. The...