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WSJ: Tsipras Doesn’t Believe Greece Will Reach Budget Targets After 2018

  Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said that Greece won't be able to achieve its primary surplus budget target when the current bailout program expires in...

Varoufakis’ Documents Trouble Eurozone Officials

The reform plans and growth predictions that were distributed to Greece’s partners within the Eurozone by Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis are troubling the...

Foreign Media Reports on Greece-Eurogroup Debate

German media noted that the atmosphere in the emergency Eurogroup meeting on February 11 was hostile but also modest, while most international news agencies...

The Foreign Press on the Acceleration of the Greek Presidential Vote [Video]

On the acceleration of the procedures for electing the new President of the Hellenic Republic and the market's reaction on the development referred today...

Foreign Media Comment on Greek Election Outcome

Foreign media outlets report on the outcome of Greece’s double elections, commenting on the first place secured by the country’s main opposition Coalition of...

Foreign Media Reactions on Greek Elections

International media continue to comment on the forthcoming European Parliament elections and the prospect of Greece’s main opposition Coalition of the Radical Left (SYRIZA)...

‘Greece can call its own tune’, says WSJ

According to an article published online by the Wall Street Journal, Greece is already able to “call its own tune” and hold its own...

Greek Banks Relieved by Freeze on Foreclosures

The American newspaper, The Wall Street Journal, commented on the recent decision of the Greek government to extend for one more year, the suspension...

Greek Civil Servants Lack Basic Computer Skills

A significant number of the total of 607,516 Greek civil servants, are considered to have either low qualifications or lacking basic knowledge in computers....

Political Violence Blessing for Greece

According to the Wall Street Journal, the Greek government can now ask from the Troika to ease the strict conditions of the memorandum, based...

World Media Says Cyprus Still Uncertain

If Cyprus' government is breathing some relief that it has relented to demands from international lenders to confiscate bank accounts to trigger a 10...

Former Greek PM Papademos on WSJ: “No Choice But Austerity”

Greece΄s former Prime Minister Lucas Papademos warned that Greek people have no choice but to stick with a harsh austerity program imposed by their...

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