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Greece's unemployment rate dropped slightly to 24.6 percent in November, down from an upwardly revised 24.7 percent in October, says the Hellenic Statistical Authority...

French Finance Minister Michel Sapin wants the Greek debt issue to be put immediately on the negotiation table, according to the Greek Sunday newspaper...

Greece will have "turned onto a new page" once the first review of the economic adjustment programme is concluded, according to all participants in...

On Friday, Standard & Poor's raised its long-term sovereign credit rating on Greece to 'B-' from 'CCC+', with a stable outlook, citing the country's compliance...

Greece's credit rating could be upgraded to B, from CCC+ after completion of a first review of the Greek economic adjustment program, disbursement of...

At least 40 percent of Germans would prefer Greece to remain in the eurozone, the highest percentage for the first time in nearly a...

For the umpteenth time, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is expressing deep concerns over the Greek government’s commitment to implement the full bailout program...

Tax revenue, including social contributions, stood at 39% of GDP in Greece in 2014, up from 33.5% in 2010 and 38.3% in 2013, Eurostat...

No matter how one feels about Germany’s handling of the Greek debt crisis, one must admit that the masters of the Eurozone are thoroughly...

European finance ministers are in favor of Greek debt easing but insist that the International Monetary Fund should remain in Greece's bailout program. Greek Finance...

Greece's Minister of Finance Euclid Tsakalotos and his economics team are in the middle of a series of meetings with European counterparts ahead of...

The first comprehensive review of Greece's bailout program will take months to complete, not weeks, said President of Eurozone finance ministers Jeroen Dijsselbloem, on...