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Tsipras and Lagarde Meet to Discuss Greece’s Progress in Economic Program

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and IMF chief Christine Lagarde discussed the progress in Greece's economic program on the sidelines of the Belt and Road...

Former Argentina President Kirchner: A Country Cannot be in Perpetual Austerity

A country cannot be in perpetual austerity because its economy doesn’t grow, Argentina’s former president Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner said on Sunday, during a...

After Seven Years of Austerities 40% of Greeks Cannot Afford to Pay Their Utility...

Following seven years of austerities which have caused employees' wages to be slashed, stores and companies to close, hikes in taxes and higher prices...

ND on Eurogroup Meeting: Greek Government Attempting to ‘Fool’ Its People

The return of the institutions to Athens is accompanied by additional concessions, painful measures and the government’s negotiating failures, New Democracy said on Monday...

24-hour Strike on Monday Will Close Museums and Archaeological Sites Throughout Greece

Museums and archaeological sites throughout Greece will be closed on Monday due to a 24-hour warning strike declared by the Panhellenic Union of Employees...

Government Spox Tzanakopoulos: ‘Our Aim Is to Not Yield to Illogical Demands by the...

On Tuesday Greece's government spokesperson, Dimitris Tzanakopoulos said in a briefing that the country will not agree to what he called “illogical” demands of...

Farmers Protest Over Austerities by Blocking Roads, Threaten Closure of Border Crossing

Protests took place on Friday throughout various parts of the national highway in Greece. They were led by farmers who are rallying against the...

BoG Study: From 2008-2016 Greek Households Saw a 37.5 % Decline in Wealth

On Wednesday a study published in the Bank of Greece’s Economic Bulletin revealed that Greeks have seen their salaries shrink considerably in the period...

After Latest Tax Hike Greece Has 6th Highest Unleaded Gasoline Price in the World

Citizens across Greece are calling the Greek government out on the recent tax hike that has placed the country sixth in most expensive gas...

Greece’s Fin Ministry Sends Scrooge Christmas E-card Calling Out International Lenders

Reuters has reported that the press office of the Greek Finance Ministry recently sent an e-card of the stingy Ebenezer Scrooge to journalists in...

IMF Says Not Demanding New Austerities at This Time for Greece

According to International Monetary Fund (IMF) officials, IMF chief economist Maurice Obstfeld and European Department Director Poul Thomsen, the financial institution is not demanding...

Gov Spox: IMF’s Demands for More Measures Unacceptable to Greece

The Greek government will not back down in facing pressure from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for more measures, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos reiterated on...

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