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Troika Returns to Athens for New Round of Talks

Talks between Greece's creditors and the government on concluding the third review of the Greek program are due to begin today (Monday), when the...

Greece’s Return to the Markets ‘May be Imminent’, Reuters Says

Greece could return to financial markets in the next few weeks, investors and bankers close to the discussions told Reuters. Greek finance minister Euclid Tsakalotos...

IOBE Survey Shows Slight Increase in Economic Sentiment Following Second Bailout Review

According to the monthly survey by the Foundation for Economic and Industrial Research (IOBE), following the second bailout review there has been a slower...

Moody’s Upgrades Greece’s Sovereign Bond Rating to Caa2, Changes Outlook to Positive

Ratings agency Moody's announced on Friday it is raising Greece's credit rating one notch from "Caa3" to "Caa2", citing the successful completion of the...

What the Greek Government Agreed on With Lenders – The Complete Texts of the...

The new dramatic cuts in pensions, new tax increases, additional measures to close the 535 million euro gap in 2018, and all other government...

Greece’s Finance Ministry Launching ‘Receipt Lottery’ at End of June

The Finance Ministry will be launching a "receipt lottery" in hopes of encouraging consumers to ask for receipts and decreasing tax evasion. It is...

Greek Banks Have Adequate Capital to Fund Real Economy

Greek banks have adequate capital to fund the real economy, both business activity and the retail commerce sector, focusing on commercial credit, bank officials...

Greece Signs Multilateral Convention to Prevent Tax Avoidance, Double Taxation

Greece joined 76 other countries and territories in signing on Wednesday the "Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent Base Erosion...

Tsipras and Putin Discuss Need of Strengthening Greek-Russian Relations

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras underlined the strengthening of the Greek-Russian relations in the sectors of economy, trade and tourism in his meeting with Russian...

Greek Universities Generate Most Original Research, But Have Limited Impact on Country’s Economy

Greece's universities and other tertiary education institutes generate the most original research in the country, according to a report by the National Documentation Centre (EKT)...

Return of Institutions to Athens at the Heart of Lagarde-Tsakalotos Meeting

A meeting between IMF Chief Executive Christine Lagarde and Euclid Tsakalotos took place on Friday afternoon within the framework of the Spring Fund Summit...

State Debt Mounting as Bailout Review Is Delayed

There is no end in sight for the mounting dues the state owes to both the market and taxpayers causing congestion in the market...

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