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Wolfgang Schaeuble

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Greece and Germany have not concluded to any new bilateral agreement on further support to Greece after the recent meeting of the Greek Finance...

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An hour-long meeting was held earlier today between Greek Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis and his German counterpart Wolfgang Schaeuble, on the sidelines of the...

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The European Central Bank is set to change its rules to allow it to buy asset-backed securities with junk ratings issued by Greek and...

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Greek Development Minister Nikos Dendias discussed possible tax reductions and ways to boost growth in the crisis-striken country with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble at an...

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Speaking before the Eurogroup meeting in Brussels, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble assured that there is no intention of modifying the growth and stability...

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German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble expressed confidence Wednesday that Greece will continue with its reform path following a cabinet reshuffle, and assured Athens that...

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Disputing Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras' assertion the country is on the road to recovery from a crushing economic crisis, the country will need...

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Disclosures surrounding the story behind the eurozone crisis and the Cannes G20 summit meetings between EU leaders and former Greek prime minister George Papandreou,...

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The Greek Finance Ministry reported on Tuesday that the German state will help small and medium-sized Greek firms secure access to funding by making available...

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According to the new book written by former U.S. Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner, a plan for Greece’s exit from the Eurozone had been presented in...

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Greece's hopes for a quick answer on a debt relief request from 240 billion euros ($330.7 billion) owed international lenders for two bailouts were...

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The reports of Greece's return to life may be greatly exaggerated. Despite the impending release of a long-delayed 8.3 billion euro installment from international lenders...