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Greek Gov’t Officials Reassure Lenders the Country Can Meet its Obligations

In an attempt to reverse the negative climate created primarily by foreign media reports, numerous government officials are sending out the message that Greece...

Greece-EU Negotiations to Continue Until Late April With No Pressure, Greek Officials Say

The Greek government has signaled an end to the alarm regarding the possibility of running out of cash if an agreement is not reached...

Greek Deputy Finance Minister Mardas: We Are Ready to Pay IMF on April 9

Greek Deputy Finance Minister Dimitris Mardas  expressed his optimism today that Greece will be able to repay a loan tranche of 450 million euros...

European Commission: No Deal Reached With Greece Yet, Talks Will Resume

Talks between Greece and its international creditors have not been proven fruitful, although the negotiations are expected to continue, a European Commission representative said earlier...

Greek PM Tsipras Attacks Main Opposition: Will You Support the National Negotiation?

The Greek Parliament was briefed minutes ago by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras regarding the country's negotiation with its creditors and the developments with the proposed reforms list....

German FinMin Schaeuble: Time Running Out for Greece

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble proceeded to yet another foreboding estimation for the Greek program's future. Addressing a news conference held in Berlin about...

Greek PM Tsipras – German Chancellor Merkel Hold ‘Constructive’ Telephone Conversation

A constructive fifty-minute telephone conversation between the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel was held on Thursday afternoon, only...

Germany Rejects Greek Loan Agreement Extension Request

The German government has rejected the Greek loan agreement extension request, submitted earlier today. According to the German reasoning, Greece's proposal does not meet...

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