All posts tagged "Greece"
Greece dodges new crisis but austerity remains part of life
'Now the way is open for us to access markets,' Prime Minister Tsipras said in televised address
- Posted June 16, 2017
Greece gets enough to avoid another bailout trauma
Gets $9.5 billion, plus promise of future debt relief
- Posted June 15, 2017
Greek PM renews call for lenders to tackle Greece’s debt
Finance ministers meeting Thursday to decide whether to unfreeze latest rescue loan
- Posted June 14, 2017
Greece puts faith in France to solve bailout impasse
Urgently needs loan payouts
- Posted June 12, 2017
Greek anti-austerity protesters pelt police with fish
Government trying to reach deal with bailout lenders to restart rescue loan payouts
- Posted June 9, 2017
Greece: Creditors must deliver on promise to lighten debt
Greece's finance minister insisted Monday the country had met all its reform commitments.
- Posted May 29, 2017
Greece looks for debt help after backing further cuts
Country in middle of 3rd international bailout, but progress slow in light of disagreements on gov't reforms
- Posted May 22, 2017
Greek parliament approves new creditor-demanded cutbacks
15,000 people protested in a second day of demonstrations
- Posted May 18, 2017
Greece seeking bailout talks breakthrough by Sunday
ATHENS, Greece – Greece and its bailout creditors are closing in on a deal to restart rescue loan payouts, senior officials from the two sides said Thursday, a compromise that is likely to prolong years of hardship...
- Posted April 27, 2017
Greece, creditors resuming talks in Athens, seek swift deal
BY NICHOLAS PAPHITIS ATHENS, Greece – Representatives of Greece’s bailout creditors are due in Athens to restart talks on further cutbacks, European officials said Monday, as they confirmed that the country last year far exceeded its budget...
- Posted April 24, 2017