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Jun

Greece prepares counter-proposals, Tsipras sends delegation to meet with creditors’ representatives on Saturday

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After the stalemate and the ice-cold atmosphere amid Greece summer, the government reportedly prepares some counter-proposals for its creditors. At the same time, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras sends a small delegation to Brussels to meet with creditors’ representative on Saturday, state broadcaster ERT reported at its 6 o; clock news […]

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12
Jun

Greek Banker estimates cash withdrawal on Friday at €600million

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Touchy IMF left negotiations, Greece’s negotiations team returned to Athens, creditors’ lashed out at the government, the ghost of Grexit set its wings about the debt-ridden country.  Whether the scenarios are true or not, they were reason enough for  Greeks to allegedly rush to the banks and withdraw money from […]

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12
Jun

Poll: 51% of Germans want Grexit, 41% want Greece in the eurozone

Posted by in Economy

In a recent poll conducted by German state broadcaster ZDF program “Political Barometer” 51 percent of the German spoke in favor of a Greek exit form the eurozone. “Only 41 percent said that the country should remain in the euro,” notes magazine Der Spiegel in an article “Half of Germans favor […]

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12
Jun

Greece insists “talks on political level” and warns “no payment to IMF, if no deal”

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Crucial hours in an unstable environment. The Greek government insists that negotiations continue on political level only and that therefore it was logical that the International Monetary Fund left the negotiations on Thursday. In a non-paper distributed to the media on Friday, the Greek government stresses that “negotiations on technical […]

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12
Jun

EU top officials call Greece a “cow” and a “gambler” as the IMF leaves negotiations

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The smiles and hugs and optimism in Brussels on Wednesday. The next day.. the bomb.  The International Monetary Fund delegation left the Greek negotiations “upon a decision of IMF Europe director Poul Thomsen” as Skai TV reported this morning. A little later IMF‘s spokesman Gerry Rice was telling media in […]

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11
Jun

Public Hospital governor: “10,000 people committed suicide in the 5 years of Greece’s crisis”

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“Ten thousand people committed suicide during the last five years, that’s the population of a whole city. One of them was my son.” Theodoros Giannaros, 58, is a broken man. May 22nd is a day that the governor of public hospital “Elpis” will remember all his life. His 26-year-old son, […]

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11
Jun

Greece’s public broadcaster ERT back On Air after two years

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A victory for a labor injustice. Exactly two years to the date of the over-night death of Greece’s public broadcaster in the name of austerity and  mass lay-offs, ERT went back On Air on Thursday morning. The revived ERT started with the national anthem and a news program at 6 […]

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11
Jun

Merkel satisfied from talks with Tsipras, urges Greece to speed up negotiations

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Chancellor Angela Merkel has expressed satisfaction about the renewed talks with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday night in Brussels and urged at the same time to speed up the negotiations between Greece and the creditors. “The way I understand it, there is a willingness to this cooperation with the […]

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11
Jun

Supreme Court orders Greece to reverse 2012 pension cuts as “unconstitutional”

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Greece’s top administrative Court Council of State ruled out on Wednesday that the pension cuts of 2012 imposed by the Troika were against the Constitution. The court ruling followed a massive litigation by individual pensioners and pensioners’ associations from the country’s private sector. The Council of State ruled that the […]

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10
Jun

UPD Tsipras meets Merkel & Hollande, while S&P spoils the fun with Greece’s downgrading

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The crucial meeting of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande started at 10:10 pm in Brussels at the margin of the EU – Latin America Leaders Summit. Present at the meeting are also Greek political top negotiators, alternate Foreign Minister Euclid Tsakalotos […]

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