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EU Commission Report Praises Greek Reforms, Asks for More

The European Commission talked up the Greek government's reform drive, but warned that more reforms are required, as creditors are reviewing the bailout terms...

“Quest For Reforms” Conference Organized by Hellenic American Union

A conference; organized by the Hellenic American Union on Oct. 20-22 in Athens, will host more than 40 eminent speakers, who will have an...

Welfare System Needs More Reforms, Greek Officials say

Greece's recession-hit welfare system needs further reforms to keep providing a lifeline to the most vulnerable members of society, Greek officials and experts said. Weakened...

IMF’s Velculescu Says Debt Relief Measures Must be Specified; Gov’t Must Implement Reforms

International Monetary Fund's Greece mission chief Delia Velculescu said on Wednesday talks among Greece's creditors to specify the debt relief measures which will be...

Greek Govt Aims to Pass Pension, Tax Bills in Parliament Before Monday

In a sudden move, the Greek government decided to bring the bills on social security and tax reforms for vote to parliament this weekend, ahead of...

At Davos, Greek PM Reiterates Greece’s Acceptance of IMF Role in New Bailout Program

A few days ago, Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos said that Greece was not opposed to IMF’s participation in the new bailout program, which...

European Commission Official Calls Greek Pension Reform Proposal ‘Ambitious’

A European Commission official who looked at the Greek proposal on pension reforms called it "ambitious," adding that further additions and changes might be...

Greek Farmers, Workers and Professionals Prepare for Strikes Against Pension and Tax Reforms

A series of strikes and protest rallies by workers, farmers and professionals against upcoming pension and tax reforms has started on Wednesday in Greece...

Reforming Greece’s Pension System Demands a Change of Economic Course

Greece’s Civil Servants' Confederation (ADEDY) has taken a public stance on the government’s plans to overhaul an ailing pension system that will surely annoy government...

Greek PM Tsipras Chairs Meeting on Social Security Reforms

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras chaired a meeting on government work as well as the coordinated actions within the framework of the negotiations for...

Greek Employer Unions Agree to Increased Contributions to Social Security System

Representatives of Greece’s employer unions claimed they are not opposed to a temporary increase in contributions to the country’s social security system, which is set to...

IMF Returns to Greece on January 18 for Bailout Program Review

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) returns to Athens on January 18, represented by Delia Velculescu heading a ten member staff, in order to review the...

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