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Mitsotakis: ‘The Country Is in Limbo and About to Become a Pariah’

For months now, the government has generated nothing but insecurity and uncertainty in Greece, main opposition leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis said on Friday, in a...

Tsipras Tells Cabinet that Eurogroup Meeting Was a Success, Despite Shortfalls

Greece's Radical Left Coalition (SYRIZA) Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras addressed his cabinet during a meeting on Tuesday, in the aftermath of the extraordinary Eurogroup meeting...

Greek Alternate FinMin: Despite Difficult Measures Greece Will Exit Recession

In the midst of high speculation that Greece will miss deficit targets required in the Bailout Deal, Greek Alternate Finance Minister Giorgos Chouliarakis commenced the...

Unemployment in Greece Drops to 25.8% in October

Unemployment in Greece showed a drop in October, reaching 25.8 percent as opposed to 26 percent in September 2014, according to ELSTAT figures released...

Greeks Less Satisfied with Their Lives

A Eurobarometer report regarding life in Europe was released on Friday, revealing that only 42% of Greeks are satisfied with their personal situation compared to 58% in...

ELSTAT: Greece’s Economy Still Shrinking, -1.1% GDP Q1 2014

Greece's economy shrank by 1.1% in the first quarter of 2014, said Greece's Finance Ministry May 15, citing ELSTAT data. Last year, the recession shaved 6% from Greece's gross domestic product...

EU Commission: Long Greek Recession Can End Next Year

Greece will enter its sixth year of recession in 2013 but will start to come out of it in the second half of the...

Greek Recession May Bottom Out In 2013

Greece's recession is unlikely to bottom out until sometime in 2013, an International Monetary Fund official said Thursday, though the country should be able...

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