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European Commission VP Jyrki Katainen Advises Cyprus to ‘Tap Into’ Juncker Plan

European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen has called on Cyprus to consider setting up an investment platform combining both the public and private sector...

EU Commission VP Jyrki Katainen: ‘We are Here to Help You’

The European Union and the European Investment Bank can help private companies get financing in Greece, European Commissioner for Employment, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness,...

European Commission Vice President Says Greeks Unaware of EFSI for Boosting Jobs and Growth

"The most important thing is trust. If investors feel secure about the future of the country, then they will begin investing,” says European Commission...

EU’s Katainen: ‘We can Work Closely and Help Greek People Find Jobs’

European Commission Vice-President Jyrki Katainen said on Friday he was very satisfied with his visit to Athens and that he was certain the Commission...

European Commission Vice President: Cyprus’ Image Abroad Positive

His belief that Cyprus has managed to deal with its economic crisis in a sufficient way expressed the European Commission Vice President, responsible for...

Jyrki Katainen: We Want Actions Not Promises

European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen referring to the negotiations with the Greek government said "We want actions not only promises." After the Eurogroup we...

EU’s Katainen Urges Greece to Stick to Reforms

European Commission Vice President Jyrki Katainen urged Greece's new government on Friday to stick to the reforms agreed with international lenders, but signaled Athens...

EU Commissioners Optimistic Over Greece’s Next Day

European Union Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs, Pierre Moscovici, stated today that Greece's growth rates gives hopes for the country's future: "We will...

EU Commissioner: Europe Supports Greece

European Union's willingness to continue support Greece in order to ensure reasonable financing conditions after the end of the current program, was expressed today...

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