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Greece’s Creditors Push for Foreclosure Auctions

Greece's creditors are pushing the Greek government to solve the issue of foreclosure auctions, in order to restore stability in the banking system and...

Greek FinMin: €1.1 Bln Revenue Surplus to be Distributed as Social Dividends

At least 1.1 billion euros of revenue surplus will be distributed in the form of social dividends by the end of the year, Greece's...

Mixed Results After First Round of Bailout Review Talks with Creditors

The first round of talks between Greece and creditors on the third evaluation of the bailout program will be completed today (Friday) with some...

Public Sector Employees to Demonstrate Against Work Evaluation on Monday

The public sector employees' union ADEDY will be staging a rally in central Athens on Monday to protest against the evaluation scheme proposed by...

Creditors React to Greek Gov’t Promise to Give €1,000 Christmas Bonus to One Million...

The Greek government's intention to give 1,000 euros each to one million citizens as a Christmas bonus, made creditors react and ask for explanations...

EU Reacts to Greek Gov’t Plan for Social Christmas Dividend

Brussels opposes a Greek government plan to give needy citizens a social dividend from the 2017 primary surplus, and suggests priority to be given...

Greece’s General Accounting Office Delays Payment of State Debts to Private Sector

Greece's General Accounting Office has failed to repay outstanding debts to the private sector on time, a prerequisite for the disbursement of the bailout...

Standard & Poor’s Upgrades Greek Credit Outlook Goes From Stable to Positive

Standard & Poor's rating agency (S & P) upgraded the Greek credit outlook to positive from stable on Friday. "On July 21, 2017, S&P Global Ratings...

ECB Chief: Up to Greece to Decide Whether to Tap Bond Market

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said on Thursday that it is up to Greece to decide whether to tap the bond market again,...

Greek Government Remains Uncomfortably Silent on Second Referendum Anniversary

There were great celebrations about the re-opening of public television ERT in June, even a monument for the "fighters" of ERT was erected. Yet,...

Six Prerequisites Pending Before Greece Gets €7.7 Bln Loan Tranche

Greece needs to legislate six prerequisites that remain pending before the next loan tranche of 7.7 billion euros is disbursed, a Real.gr report says. The...

Greek PM: ‘We Will Not Seek Credit Line Under Supervision After Bailout Program Ends’

Greece is gradually leaving recession behind and returns to normalcy, and we will not seek a credit line after the bailout program ends in...

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