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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...

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...

Former PM Pikrammenos Asked Obama to Mediate Between Greece and Creditors During Crisis

The former caretaker Prime Minister of Greece, Panagiotis Pikrammenos, admitted that he sent a letter to Barack Obama in 2012, asking him to intervene...

Despite Financial Crisis, Greece Still Better Off In the Eurozone

The Center for European Policy (CEP) published a study on Monday which states that Greece added €2 billion to its economy in the sixteen...

Officials Warn Greece Might Not Get EU Cash After Reform Delay

Eurozone officials warned on Monday that Greece is on the brink of missing out on the first installment of approximately €750 million from the...

EuroWorking Group Suggests Greece Can Meet Targets Without Pension Cuts

The "EuroWorking" group, an advisory body to the Eurogroup of the European Union, was ''broadly positive" on Thursday regarding the Greek state budget and...

Greece and European Commission Close To Agreement on Pension Cuts

The European Commission is nearing an agreement with the Greek government to approve Greece's draft budget for 2019, European sources said on state-run A.M.N.A....

EU Commission’s Autumn Forecast: Greek Economy To Grow By 2 % in 2019

The Greek economy is expected to grow by 2 per cent in the next three years, the European Commission said in its autumn forecast...

Bank of Greece: Interest Rates to Remain Low

Interest rates will remain at low levels for the forseeable future and European central banks could continue using quantitative easing (QE) tools, according to...

Schaeuble: I was Accused of Being Very Generous with Greece (video)

"I have been accused of being very generous with Greece." These were the remarks of former German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble in an interview...

EU: Decision on Greek Pensions Expected in Mid-November

The decision on whether Greece will have to implement previously agreed-upon pension cuts will likely be made in mid-November, according to a report on...

Greece Tops Eurozone in Indirect Taxation

Greece has the highest level of indirect taxation in the eurozone and it is likely that it will remain in the same position in...

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