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Samaras Rules Out Top Tax Rate on Middle Incomes

Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on Tuesday dismissed talk his government would slap a top tax rate on middle incomes in an effort to...

Stournaras Says EU/IMF Lenders Refuse to Concede on Reforms

Greece's foreign lenders have refused to make any further concessions on changes to labour laws contested by a junior coalition partner, the country's finance...

Greece to Press on With Austerity as Businesses Slam Troika Visits

Greece is to redouble its efforts to reach a deal with its creditors so that the loans it needs are handed over, the country's...

Eurostat: Greek Inflation Lowest in Eurozone

While Greece is suffering a crushing economic crisis, at least inflation hasn't done as much damage as it could. Figures from the European statistics...

Austerity Talks to Continue, Progress Seen

Greece and its European Union and International Monetary Fund creditors made progress on talks on a 13.5 billion-euro package of austerity measures for the...

Hopes Fade for Quick Deal on Austerity Cuts

Greece's efforts to clinch a deal with its international creditors on a package of cuts by the end of this week are under threat,...

Greece to Stay in Recession for 6th Year, 2013 Draft Budget Shows

Greece's brutal recession is set to extend into a sixth year in 2013, when the economy will contract by another 3.8 per cent, according...

Wave of Strikes Over Austerity Start to Hit Greece

Municipal services across Greece will be closed on Sept. 12-13 after workers called a 48-hour strike to protest budget cuts, joining teachers, judges, doctors,...

Greek Judges Plan Strike Over Pay Cuts

Greek judges and prosecutors were to meet on Sept. 7-8 to plan a strike action after a deadlock between unionists representing them and Finance...

Stournaras: Government Has Identified Budget Cuts

The Greek government identified the measures to be included in 11.5 billion euros ($14.5 billion) of budget cuts in the next two years as...

Greek Professionals Fight Proposed Pay Cuts

Continued political infighting is holding up plans to make cuts to "special salaries" to professions in Greece that want to be protected against more...

Greece Resumes Debt Talks With Inspectors

Greece's international creditors have called on Athens to provide more details on its 11.5 billion euro austerity plan needed to keep open funding lines...

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