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EU Commission: We Call on All Sides to Honor Greece’s Efforts

The European Commission is aware that Greece has delivered on its promises and it is now the partners' turn to do the same, European...

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...

European Commission ‘Snips’ Greece’s Economic Forecasts

The European Commission forecast for Greece's economic figures is not as optimistic as the one presented by Athens. Specifically, the European Commission sees growth of...

European Commission Growth Forecast for Greece in 2017 Roughly 2%

As part of a quarterly assessment of the European market, the European Commission will be releasing its forecast for growth and macro-economic performance. Greece's...

European Commission VP: Greece has Exceeded Its Targets

Greece has exceeded its primary surplus targets so we have a basis for the conclusion of the review of the Greek programme, said European...

Junker on Greek Debt: ‘No Major Cuts in the Pension Sector Should be Pursued...

As the institutions suggest more pension cuts for Greeks in order to cut back on government spending, the chief of the European Commission, Jean-Claude...

Europe-IMF Still Disagree on Greek Debt Relief Measures, Primary Surpluses

European creditors and the International Monetary Fund are still in disagreement over debt relief measures for Greece, as time is running out for the...

European Commission ‘Unfreezes’ Erasmus+ Youth Programme for Greece

The European Commission on Thursday gave a green light for the resumption of financing and the signing of contracts for the Erasmus+ youth programme...

Greece-Creditors Negotiations Stall Again Over Labor Law Issues and Pension Cuts

Greece and creditors failed to come to any conclusions during Thursday's Euro Working Group, the preparatory meeting for the April 7 meeting of the...

EU Restarts ‘Dublin’ System and Sends Asylum Seekers Back to Greece

The European Union has put the "Dublin Treaty" back into effect and is to start sending asylum seekers back to Greece, according to Deutsche...

EU Agriculture Commissioner: Greece will get €19 Bln in 7 Years for Agriculture

Greece will get 19 billion euros in the next seven years for development in agriculture, while Greek traditional products will be protected, said European...

Greece Does Not Absorb a Single Euro From EU Fruit and Veg in Schools...

Greece did not absorb a single euro from the EU’s fruit and vegetables in schools program because no tender was submitted to a call,...

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