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The IMF has said it could be prevented from participating in Greece 's third bailout programme, due to its gnawing debt pile and poor...

Greece's obligations to creditors after the completion of the third bailout program will go all the way to 2073, a Business Insider report said. The concern...

International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde has insisted that any new bailout program for Greece requires significant restructuring of the cash-strapped Eurozone nation's...

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras gave an interview to "Sto Kokkino" radio station on Wednesday afternoon where he discussed the divisions within his party...

Greenpeace activists from Greece, Italy and Spain spread a 600 square meter arrow banner today, reading "Oil is fueling Greek debt," pointing at a...

Greece's Supreme Court forwarded two lawsuits filed by Greek citizens against Yanis Varoufakis to parliament, which must now decide whether the former Minister's immunity should be...

Ernst & Young in collaboration with Oxford Economics published a study, predicting that the impact of a Grexit on the Greek economy would be...

The representatives of Greece's creditors due to arrive in Athens on Friday in order to start negotiations for the third bailout package have postponed...

Blatant corporate and personal tax evasion contributed to Greece’s debt crisis, but it's dwarfed by the tax avoidance of U.S. multinationals operating in countries like Australia.

After calling the Greek government to approve controversial budget cuts and financial overhauls, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) made a strong reappearance, this time putting pressure on...

House Speaker Zoe Konstantopoulou was enigmatic coming out of her much-anticipated meeting with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, after her dissidence over Greece's pending bailout...

The highest government debt to GDP ratios in the Eurozone were recorded in Greece (168.8%), Italy (135.1%) and Portugal (129.6%), according to a recent Eurostat...