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UPD SYRIZA-MEP Manolis Glezos sharply criticizes Greek gov’t for negotiations handling

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“I ask the Greek people to forgive me for contributing to this illusion.” With this phrase veteran left politician, WWII resistance fighter and SYRIZA MEP Manolis Glezos slammed the Greek government for handling the negotiations with the country’s lenders and so having changed the rhetoric of the party. In an […]

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22
Feb

Why Varoufakis writes “Yanis” with one “n”: Mystery solved and it’s shocking!

Posted by in Very Mix

I am impressed about the secrets and revelations of Numerology, the mystical relationship between numbers and events and the symbolism in occult and pseudomathematic sciences.  But if you belong to the crowds of people worldwide wondering why Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis writes his first name with one “n” and […]

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22
Feb

PM Tsipras on Eurogroup agreement: “Battle won, but not the war”

Posted by in Economy, Politics

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras hailed the Eugrogroup agreement of Friday, describing it as “a historic political decision for the future of  Europe.” He stressed that Greece “won a battle, but not the war” and warned that “difficulties lie ahead.” Greece has to submit to the Eurogroup a list of […]

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20
Feb

Eurogroup statement on Greece – Full Text

Posted by in Economy

Below is the full text of the Eurogroup common statement as agreed by Greece and its euro zone partners. The statement details the 4-month extension of the loan agreement (MFAFA) and the conditions Greece has to fulfill until the end of April 2015. But first of all, Greece has to […]

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20
Feb

Eurogroup Live Stream Presser & Details on Agreement: More details on Greece’s agreement /Live from Athens

Posted by in Economy

Scroll Down for Agreement details and Eurogroup Press Conference Live – Stream THE Eurogroup meeting on Greece started in Brussels with delay due to several meeting of the protagonists Dijsselbloem, Lagarde, Draghi, Varoufakis, Schaeuble. Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem, IMF chief Christine Lagarde, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and the rest […]

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20
Feb

Greece’s mission impossible: Bailout demands Primary Surplus that not even Germany can achieve

Posted by in Economy

From 1974 to 2013, only three countries ever ran primary surpluses of 5% or more for a decade. The countries of the euro area reached an aggregate primary surplus of 3.6 percent only once, in 2000. However, the Greek bailout program not only demands a primary surplus of,4.5%  throughout the […]

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20
Feb

Germany describes extension request “Trojan Horse”, Greece returns …the compliment

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In a document submitted to the EuroWorkingGroup with the German positions, Berlin describes the Greek loan agreement extension request as “Trojan Horse” – to start with. And then, it has the boldness to dictate three main commandments to Greece, some of them copy-pasted from  Dijsselbloem’s draft at the Eurogroup meeting […]

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19
Feb

Time for Schaeuble to go home: German op-eds speak of “lost contact to reality”

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The decision of German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble to reject right away the Greek request for extension of the loan agreement has stunned every one: officials in EU and the IMF, journalists, and even Schaeuble German coalition partners. In a psychologically, economically and politically hard to explain reaction, FinMin Schaeuble […]

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19
Feb

Greek request: Varoufakis’ letter to Dijsselbloem (text)

Posted by in Economy

Below is the text of the Greek request, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis sent to Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem. “Athens, February 18, 2015 Dear President of the Eurogroup, Over the last five years, the people of Greece have exerted remarkable efforts in economic adjustment. The new government is committed to a […]

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19
Feb

Schaeuble rejects Greek request right away; GER FinMin press release

Posted by in Economy

Some people have the naturally born talent to make friends. German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is certainly not one of them. His reaction to the Greek request for loan agreement extension was quick, official and “brutal” as some people described it. Schaeuble ordered his spokesman Martin Jeager to make a […]

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