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Greek Finance Minister Hails “Return to Normality”

Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras on Tuesday said the yield on a governmental seven-year bond is evidence of Greece's return to economic regularity. A Greek...

Opposition MP Says Greek Economy Has Returned to Primary Deficits and Recession

Greece’s public finances destabilized in the first half of 2015, main opposition MP Christos Staikouras said on Thursday, commenting on the budget execution in...

New Democracy Urges Greek Govt to Stop ‘Disrupting’ Implemented Reforms

Greek main opposition New Democracy urged the government to work “methodically, effectively and with a plan” to avoid disrupting the reforms that have been implemented...

New Democracy Leader: ‘The Government is Lying to Greek People’

New Democracy leader Antonis Samaras lashed out at the government on Thursday, urging it to stop lying to the Greek people and delaying the implementation...

German Govt Refuses 11 Billion Euro Debt over Nazi Occupation Loan to Greece

The spokesperson for the German Ministry of Finance, Martin Jager, during a public appearance yesterday ruled out the possibility of a Greek debt haircut....

Germany Owes Greece 11 Billion Euros From the Nazi Occupation Loan

Germany owes the impressive amount of 11 billion euros to Greece, solely due to the forced occupation loan taken by the Nazis during World...

Greek Primary Surplus Target at Risk

A drop in tax collection and political uncertainty has made the target of 8.43 billion euros in state revenue very hard to attain, therefore putting...

Alternate FinMin Staikouras: Greek Govt Achieves the Fiscal Targets it Sets

Fiscal targets set by the Greek government were achieved for the third consecutive year with an additional significant primary surplus for the third time,...

Greece-Troika Talks in Paris Reach Dead End

After two days of marathon negotiations in Paris, Greece and its international lenders have failed to reach a deal regarding the country’s austerity and reform...

Greek Gov’t and Troika to Meet November 25 in Paris

The Finance ministry on Monday announced that late on Sunday it was agreed that the government representatives and the troika would meet on November...

Greek Banks to Implement Law on ‘Bad Loans’

Greek banks are ready to implement the law on "bad loans." This emerged after today's meeting at the government headquarters between Prime Minister Antonis...

Greece’s Primary Surplus Beats Target

The Greek government announced on Tuesday that the country has achieved a primary surplus of 2.5 billion euros, or 1.4% of gross domestic product, between...

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