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Schaeuble to Leave German FinMin: Not Necessarily Good News for Greece

Germany's pro-austerity Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is ready to quit his job and become head of the lower house of parliament, the Bundestag, a...

German MPs Consider 4th Greek Bailout

Germany's Christian Democratic Union (CDU), headed by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, has once again raised the issue of the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) participation...

Schaeuble Says Greek People, Not Banks, Benefited from Bailout

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble appeared upbeat on Greece at a conference hosted by Deutsche Bank on Friday. He said that Greece had implemented...

EWG Gives the Green Light for the Disbursement of 7.5 Bln Euros for Greece

The Euro Working Group's meeting in Helsinki, Finland, on Thursday focused on ironing out the details of the program review for Greece. Technocrats of...

Germany Postpones Release of Loan Tranche to Greece

German Bundestag did not recommend the release of the next loan tranche to Greece by the European Stability Mechanism rescue fund as earlier reports...

IMF Allegedly Pushes EU to Reduce Greek Debt

The International Monetary Fund allegedly put pressure on the European Union to reduce the Greek state debt by 100 billion euros, according to German...

German Parliament Approves Greek Bailout Deal Negotiations

The German Parliament authorized the German government on Friday to engage in negotiations for a European Stability Mechanism bailout program for Greece. 439 lawmakers voted Yes,...

Chancellor Merkel has Critique for Tsipras, Praise for Schäuble

The German parliament has opened debate on whether to re-establish formal debt negotiations with Greece. In her opening speech ahead of the debate, Merkel recalled...

100 German MPs Gathering Signatures for Grexit

More than 100 members of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s political party are gathering signatures in an attempt to oppose their leader, in case she...

German Tabloid ‘Bild’: No Money for the Greedy Greeks

Yet another provocative article turning against Greece was published today by German tabloid Bild, which intensified its anti-Greek campaign ahead of the four-month loan...

German Chancellor Merkel: We Will Only Approve Greek Deal if Promises Are Met

Athens might have struck a deal with its partners on Friday’s Eurogroup, although the agreed four-month extension of the loan agreement has to now...

A Possible Grexit Would Signal Merkel’s Biggest Defeat

The explicit affirmation of German Chancellor Angela Merkel from London that no question of changing Berlin’s policy towards Greece gives an end to the...

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