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Eight Politicians Who Marked the Tsipras Era in Greece

Ever since the administration of Alexis Tsipras resigned and called for early elections, now scheduled for July 7, Greece's Syriza and New Democracy Parties...

Relief Bill for Millions With Tax Arrears Now Before Greek Parliament

The Greek parliament is expected this week to vote on a bill sponsored by the SYRIZA-led government which would provide relief to millions of...

Greece Planning Early Repayment of “Expensive” IMF Loans

Greece's Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos on Tuesday confirmed that Greece is planning an early repayment of loans it received from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Speaking...

Greek Finance Minister Tsakalotos Says SYRIZA Government Made Mistakes in 2015

Speaking at an event in Paris on Wednesday evening, Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos admitted that the SYRIZA government made mistakes during the 2015 negotiations...

German Press: Greece Will Likely Need Another ‘Bailout’ Due to High Debt

Due to its high public debt, it is doubtful whether Greece will make it on its own in the long run without new financial...

Greek Government to Table Budget Draft Without Pension Cuts

Greece's Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos The Greek government on Monday is to table in parliament the 2019 budget draft leaving out the pension cuts that...

OPINION: ‘Macedonia’ Issue is a Smokescreen for New Greek Austerity

The fact that the Greek government opened the controversial issue of the naming of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) at a time when creditors...

Greek Finance Minister in ‘Good Talks’ with German Counterpart

There was a reported "positive atmosphere" in Berlin on Friday as Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos met recently installed German counterpart Olaf Scholz. Germany's finance...

Rubicon Anarchist Group Disrupts Greek FinMin Speech

Members of Rubicon anarchist group disrupted a speech by Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos at the Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Athens on Monday. The...

Greece Planning €19B ‘Safety Net’ to Avoid More Loans

Greece is drawing up plans for its own €19-billion ‘safety net’, to avoid the need for more credit from international lenders, Athens' finance minister...

Online Auctions Overshadow Greek Bailout Progress

Monday's crunch Eurogroup meeting may have praised Athens for legislating 95 of 110 “prerequisites” needed to access bailout funds but stressed the need for...

Anarchists Storm Ministry of Finance in Athens

A group of around 30 people believed to be members of the Greek anarchist group Rouvikonas (Rubicon) stormed the Finance ministry in the center...

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