Greek bailout

 
[Video]Between a rock and a tragic place
[Video]Between a rock and a tragic place
Eskom is refused an electricity hike, while Greece has to decide if it wants to leave the eurozone.
Why the 'obsession' with pension cuts, asks Greek PM Tsipras
Why the 'obsession' with pension cuts, asks Greek PM Tsipras
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras maintained his refusal to consider further pension cuts to unlock financial aid after meeting Austria's Chancellor, who...
Greece's new leader moves to form anti-austerity government
Greece's new leader moves to form anti-austerity government
Greek left-wing leader Alexis Tsipras will move on Monday to build a stable government that can take on international lenders and reverse years of...
Greeks make big stink of austerity effect
Greeks make big stink of austerity effect
This will put intense pressure on the European Union to relax the terms of the country’s €130-billion bailout package.
Greeks return to the hard life they tried to escape
Greeks return to the hard life they tried to escape
The result is that growth is in freefall – the International Monetary Fund expects Greece's economy to contract by 10% this year,...
No rest for debt weary Greeks
No rest for debt weary Greeks
Greece's eurozone creditors are demanding that the government in Athens introduces a six-day working week.
In tough times, Greeks bear gifts
In tough times, Greeks bear gifts
Spyros Gkelis, a smart and hard-working biology lecturer from Thessaloniki, sees it like this. "If someone shoves you," he said, "you know, like...
Eurozone ministers to continue 'tough' Greece talks
Eurozone ministers to continue 'tough' Greece talks
Eurozone finance ministers were to confer by telephone on Saturday after 12 hours of talks in Athens failed to produce a breakthrough on a Greek...
Let Greeks decide on debt
Let Greeks decide on debt
Negotiations to reduce Greek debt have been suspended after no agreement could be reached last week. At some point in the near future Greece seems...
Europe's biggest deficit is democratic independence
Europe's biggest deficit is democratic independence
Financial markets rallied after Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou announced he was dropping plans for a referendum on the terms of his...
Greek parties set for more wrangling
Greek parties set for more wrangling
Greek leaders were beginning a second day of talks and behind-the-scenes wrangling on Sunday to break a political deadlock that threatens to push...
Austria confident of Greek bailout
Austria confident of Greek bailout
Debt-wracked Greece will more likely than not receive the next tranche of bailout cash it needs to stave off bankruptcy, Austria's finance minister...

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