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Moscovici Urges Lenders to Agree on Comprehensive Deal for Greece

European commissioner in charge of Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici called on Greece’s lenders to agree on a comprehensive deal for the country,...

EU Commission Welcomes Voting of Measures in Greek Parliament

The European Commission welcomed on Friday the voting of the measures in the Greek parliament, adding that now a credible strategy that will guarantee...

Turkish President: EU Backs Greece but Not Turkey

The European Union favors Greece and has Turkey "waiting for 54 years" for its accession, said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday. According to...

Turkey Must Respect Sovereignty of EU Member States, Says EU Spokesperson Kocijancic

Turkey needs to commit itself “unequivocally” to good neighborly relations and avoid tensions with the EU member states, stated a EU representative in Brussels. Asked...

The Menace of the Med & Cyprus

There is a nasty thorn growing inside the perfumed garden of Europe and releasing its poisonous spores across the Eastern Mediterranean and the Aegean....

Greece Is the Champion of Unemployment in the EU: At 23.5% in January

Unemployment in Greece remained stable at 23.5% in January 2017, compared to December 2016, according to Eurostat data released today. Unemployment remained stable in the...

Moscovici: The Agreement Opens the Way for Swift Conclusion of Second Program Review

The agreement paves the way for the swift conclusion of the second program review, EU Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxations and Customs...

Pavlopoulos to Turkey: Greece, EU Desire Friendship, Good Neighbour Relations

Greece and the European Union actively desire and seek friendship and good neighbour relations with Turkey, President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos said...

Greek Gov’t Ready to Sign Fourth Memorandum with Creditors

Greece and international creditors are about to sign the fourth bailout agreement, in the form of four separate memoranda of understanding, with the required...

Extortion in Motoring Fines

The recent announcement that motoring fines in Cyprus are to increase by as much 500% are no less than extortion by a government desperate...

We are Ready to Enter a Growth Path, PM Tsipras Tells WSJ

“We are committed to honoring our obligations to our creditors, despite the political costs that may entail. But the safest path to this goal...
How the Greek Crisis is Profitable for the IMF

How the Greek Crisis is Profitable for the International Monetary Fund

Does the IMF have an incentive to keep Greece in crisis to protect its own financial survival and continue to milk the Greek cow?

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