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Reports of €3 Billion in Contingency Measures by the IMF

Greek Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos and IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde discussed on Saturday night the creditors' proposal which illustrates contingency-measures that Athens will...

Foreign Media: ‘Things Will Get Even Harder for Greece’

The Greek reforms list received the green light from the Eurozone finance ministers on Tuesday, February 24, but according to foreign media the situation...

International Media Praises New Greek Finance Minister

On Monday, June 9, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras announced the changes he made to his Cabinet. A major change that has been discussed...

China Magnet for Greek Shipping Magnates

According to the Wall Street Journal, Greek shipowners, are more and more moving their financing and ship orders to China, given the cheap credit...

WSJ, NYT on Greek Bailout

After successive reports from Brussels and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) about the course of Greece’s rescue program, the newspapers Wall Street Journal, New...

WSJ: IMF to Admit Big Fat Greek Bailout Blunders

Talk about a mea culpa. The International Monetary Fund is set to admit that it has made a number of big mistakes over the...

Fakelaki, Rousfeti and the 4-4-2 System

While the Greek Finance Minister Evangelos Venizelos appears to be shocked with Mr Diomidis Spinellis' declaration that Greek tax officers, play the 4-4-2  football...

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