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Greece Still Among Eurozone States With Very High Taxes on Consumption

According to a recent study conducted by the ''Tax Foundation'' think tank, Greece is still among those Eurozone member states that impose the highest...

European Union to Give Green Light to Greece’s Budget for 2020

Τhe European Commission posted Greece's draft budget plan for 2020 on its website on Wednesday. The budgetary projections envisage a primary surplus of 3.7...

Greek Primary Surplus Continues to Exceed Targets Despite Tax Cuts

The Greek state budget recorded a primary surplus of 4.479 billion euros in the January-September period over budget targets, for a surplus of €1.467...

Greece Borrows €1.5 Billion at Extremely Low Interest With New 10-Year Bond

Greece managed to tap €1.5 billion on Tuesday from global financial markets after it reopened its 10-year bond to take advantage of the new,...

Greece’s Borrowing Costs Hit New Record Low, Raising Economic Hopes

Greek state bond prices continued their downward rally on Wednesday, with the 10-year bond yield falling to a new all-time low of 1.811 percent. Greece's...

Greeks are the Least Optimistic Europeans About the Future of the EU

Greeks are the least optimistic Europeans concerning the future of the European Union, while the two main concerns across Europe are immigration and climate...

New Book Reveals How Grexit Was About to Become Reality in 2015

A new book published on Thursday about the history of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) reveals new details of how Greece's exit from the...

Greece’s Borrowing Now Costs Same As Italy’s; 10-Year Bond Hits Record Low

The interest rate for Greece's ten-year bond yield fell on Friday to an all-time low, reaching levels under three per cent, for the first time...

World’s Safest Currency? New €100, €200 Banknotes Enter Circulation in Europe (video)

The new €100 and €200 euro banknotes officially entered circulation across the Euro Area on May 28. The European Central Bank (ECB) can now...

Germany’s Schaeuble Admits Greece in Much Better Shape Now

Germany's former finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble admitted on Friday that the Greek economy is in a much better position than it was eight years...

Ex-PM Samaras Reveals Chancellor Merkel First Proposed Temporary Grexit in 2012

The former Prime Minister of Greece, Antonios Samaras, revealed in a documentary aired by SKAI on Thursday night, that Angela Merkel proposed a temporary...

No Agreement on Primary Residence Protection Delays Eurozone Cash to Greece

The Euro Working Group concluded its meeting on Monday night without an agreement on when the Eurozone will release the first tranche of approximately...

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