These Greek Tax Evaders Singing The Blues

While the average Greek family is struggling to deal with reduced salaries and higher taxes, there are many famous Greek singers who claim they...

Most Greeks Feel New Austerity Measures are Unfair:Poll

An overwhelming majority of Greeks believe new austerity measures the government has promised its international lenders in exchange for more financial aid are unfair...

Pangkalos Asks for 1 Million Euro Compensation from Student

Deputy Prime Minister, Theodoros Pangkalos asked for the astronomical compensation of 1 million euros from 26-year-old student Vanggelis Mytilineous, who had attacked the politician...

Samaras Shakes It Up, Hardouvelis New Finance Chief

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, his New Democracy Conservatives still reeling from being beaten in the European Parliament elections by the major opposition Coalition...

Greek Bank Deposits Drop Second Month in a Row

Greek bank deposits dropped in February for the second month in a row after a 2.05 percent increase in December, according to a Bank...

Medicines, AIDS Drugs, Run Low in Greece

With Greece running out of cash as it awaits a long-delayed $38.8 billion loan installment from international lenders, hospitals are running out of medicine,...

ECB ‘Hasn’t Reached Lower Bound’ On Rates and Absence of a Banking Union...

The European Central Bank “hasn’t reached lower bound” on rates, said Executive Central Bank’s chief economist and Member of Its Executive Board Peter Praet...

Kyriakos Mitsotakis: Greece Needs a Different Policy Mix

Greece needs a different policy mix that will emphasize structural reforms and not taxes, New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Tuesday following a...

Greek FinMin: We Seek Parliament’s Authorization to Negotiate

Addressing lawmakers in the Greek Parliament on Friday night, Greece's Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said the government was seeking Parliament's authorization in order to...

Athens Stock Exchange Falls More Than 5% Amid Election Fear

The Athens Stock Exchange (ASE) general index closed at 789.20 points, shedding 5.63% from Friday’s 836.24 points, a sign of investors' jitters three...

Lawmakers Approve New Bill to Spur Investment, Boost Tourism

The Greek parliament approved legislation to boost private investment, a key condition to get the crisis-struck country out of its worst-ever peacetime recession. The new...

German Finance Minister Says Greece Needs 10 Years to Pull Through Economic Crisis

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble told members of his Christian Democrat party Saturday that it will take Greece 10 years to gain control of...

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