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EC President Juncker: No Greek default, no Grexit

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker warned Monday that Greek intransigence risks pushing the continent towards economic catastrophe and rebuked Athens for an “unacceptable” lack of cooperation. However he ruled out a Greek debt default or an exit from the Eurozone. European Commissioner Jean-Claude Juncker: “I am excluding at 100 percent …

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EU’s 10 Point Plan to tackle Migration Crisis

It needed the drowning of 1,000 people within 24 hours for the European Union to wake up and call an emergency leaders summit on Thursday in order to show that can effectively tackle the migration crisis. At a joint meeting of Foreign and Interior Ministers in Luxembroug on Monday, High …

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Bland & Boring as usual: Grexit-dish served by ECB’s Nowotny

Despite some progress recorded during the Brussels Group meeting on Saturday, creditors’ pressure against Greece remains high. It is the same indirect threat being told over and over again. That the eurozone is not afraid of a Greek exit from the eurozone as the impact would not be as devastating …

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Gazprom CEO in Athens for talks with PM Tsipras, Energy Minister Lafazanis

Alexei Miller, Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors and Chairman of the Management Committee of Russian energy company Gazprom will be in Athens tomorrow, Tuesday to talks with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Energy Minister  Panagiotis Lafazanis. Miller, Tsipras and Lafazanis will discuss “current energy issues of interest,” Greek …

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