Critics Pour Cold Water on Greek Debt Deal

Amid the hype over Greece's debt-relief deal struck with the Eurogroup on Thursday, dissenting voices have emerged, critical of the agreement which is said...

Will Greece’s Tsipras Finally Wear a Tie?

The Greek government is preparing an event on Friday evening to celebrate the agreement reached by Eurozone ministers on debt relief and a cash payout, paving...

Greece Gets Debt Relief and Cash Payout as Bailout Saga Ends

Eurozone ministers agreed debt relief and a big cash payout for Greece in the early hours of Friday paving the way for its program...

All Eyes on Eurogroup for Greek Debt Relief, Post-Bailout Scrutiny

Athens has its eyes on Luxembourg this Thursday as a crucial meeting of eurozone finance ministers is expected to decide on Greek debt relief and...

Data of Greek Assets Abroad in Hands of Authorities

Information on deposits and financial assets that Greek taxpayers keep abroad started coming to the hands of tax authorities as part of an exchange...

40% of Greek Expats ‘Not Coming Back’

Eight in ten people who left Greece to work abroad due to the economic crisis are university degree holders, while four out of ten...

Greece to be Subject to Strict Post-Bailout Surveillance

Greece will be subject to strict surveillance by European institutions after the end of the third bailout program in August. According to a document seen...

Greece Joins Club of Poorest EU Nations (graph)

Greece's GDP per capita was just 67 percent of the European average in 2017, one percentage point lower than in 2016, placing the country...

‘Vital Week’ for Greek Economy Lies Ahead, Says EU’s Moscovici

As Greece prepares for a critical eurozone finance ministers' meeting on Thursday, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici has said a "vital...

Name Deal Must Protect Greece’s Macedonian Brands, Says Business Leader

Following the Greece/FYROM deal, commercial names, trademarks and brand names referring to 'Macedonia' must be exclusively Greek, a leading businessman has said. The head of the Union...

Greece to Sell Majority Stake in Gas Company

On Monday Greece's privatization agency (HRADF) announced that the country has come to an agreement with its foreign creditors on how to proceed with...

Greek PM: We Are Not Afraid of Post-Bailout Surveillance

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has denied that Greece does not want a precautionary credit line after the bailout program ends because it is afraid...

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