Dijsselbloem: Progress Made With Greece and Creditors, Key Issues Remain

Progress has been made in the talks between Greece and its creditors but key issues remain, Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Monday, during...

Eurogroup: Institutions Will Not Return to Athens, Negotiations Will Continue in Brussels

Monday's Eurogroup in Brussels confirms that the return of Greece's lenders to Athens is not likely; the new round of negotiations in Athens have...

Moscovici Expresses Hope that Eurogroup Will Signal Swift Conclusion of Greece’s 2nd Review

  Arriving for a Eurogroup meeting in Brussels on Monday, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici expressed hope that it would send...

Eurogroup Chief Sees Delay in Greece’s Bailout Program Review

Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said that it is very unlikely that Greece's bailout program review will be completed in April, while noting that the...

Greek Lawmakers Excluded From Pension Cuts Unlike Ordinary Greek Citizens

The pensions of members of parliament and elected local government officials are excluded from the cuts that apply under the bailout program. According to an...

KKE leader Koutsoumbas: The solution for the people is not to wait for the...

"The solution for the people is neither to wait for the completion of the review and the new measures nor to wait for the...

I believe we will have positive developments soon, gov’t spokesman Tzanakopoulos says

"It is reasonable to expect positive developments soon" said government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos in an interview with the Saturday edition of Imerissia newspaper. "The government...

Gap in Talks Between Greece and Creditors Remains

The teleconference between Greece and creditors on Friday ended with the two sides disagreeing on all major issues, with Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos planning...

Greeks Withdraw €4 Bln in 2017 Amid Economic Uncertainty

Greeks withdrew 4 billion euros from banks since the beginning of the year amid the uncertainty generated by the stalling of negotiations om the...

Greece Must Strengthen Social Safety Nets, OECD ‘Going for Growth’ Report Says

Greece must continue to strengthen social safety nets, ease regulation in network industries, enhance efficiency in public administration; improve the fairness and efficiency of...

Government and Institutions Still at Odds Over Energy Market, Official Says

The differences between the government and the institutions over energy market issues remain, an official at the environment and energy ministry said on Friday,...

1.6 Billion Euros in New Tax Arrears Created in January

  According to figures released on Thursday by the Independent Authority for Public Revenue, taxpayer's expired debts are quickly rising. Greeks created new tax arrears of...

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