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Greece May Extend “Spending Cutter” through 2019

Greece may extend the fiscal contingency mechanism until 2019 in order to restart negotiations with creditors over the bailout program review, Prime Minister Alexis...

German FinMin Is Against Greece’s Bailout Without the IMF

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble on Thursday reiterated his position that Germany would not support a new bailout program for Greece without the participation...

It Will Take 21 Years Until Unemployment in Greece Returns to Normal, IMF Official...

  Director of the European Department of the International Monetary Fund Poul Thomsen estimates that it will take 21 years until unemployment in Greece reaches...

Greece Willing to Agree on Contingency Fiscal Measures to Complete Bailout Program Review

Government Spokesperson Dimitris Tzanakopoulos on Tuesday said that Greece is willing to agree on contingency fiscal measures beyond 2018 in order to close the...

Interior Minister: The Greek Program Can Proceed Without the IMF

The Greek program can proceed without IMF's participation, stated Interior Minister Panos Skourletis on Monday adding that a political interlocutor is better than an...

Greece’s Bailout Program Obsolete Without IMF, German FinMin Says

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble reiterated that Greece's current bailout program will not be valid without the participation of the International Monetary Fund. In a...

ESM Chief: Greece Can Emerge Successfully From Bailout Program

"Greece, although it remains a special case, can emerge successful from the bailout program, as happened with Portugal and Cyprus" said President of the...

IMF’s Withdrawal from Greek Programme Does Not Mean New Memorandum, Say Gov’t Sources

A possible IMF withdrawal from the Greek programme does not mean a new memorandum, government sources said on Friday, noting that an agreement exists...

German FinMin Insists on IMF Participation in Greek Bailout Program

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said that if the International Monetary Fund doesn't take part in Greece's bailout program, a new round of negotiations...

Greece Likely to Back Down on Tax Exemption Limit, Pension Cuts

The Greek government is likely to back down on creditors' demands in order to complete the second review of the bailout program that is...

IMF Demand for Measures in 2018 is Absurd, Gov’t Spokesman Says

"The IMF demand for more measures in 2018 is absurd," State Minister and government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said on Saturday in an interview with Kontra...

‘Excessive Leniency to Greece Will Cost Europe €100 Bln’ Says German Paper

If creditor countries such as Germany show excessive leniency towards fiscal targets in Greece, it will cost them dearly, says a Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung...

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