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The IMF insists on debt relief measures for Greece

The IMF Board will need to meet again to reach the final decision to activate the programme in Greece, clarified Gerry Rice, the Press Representative of the Fund, while speaking to reporters on Thursday. He reiterated that the decision is based on two parts: reforming progress and debt alleviation that will …

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At presser with Tsipras, Trump says “Greece should get debt relief”

At a joint press conference with Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras at the White House, US President Donald Trump expressed his clear support to Greece. “Greece should get responsible debt relief,” Trump said and millions of Greeks signed in relief. He said further that “Greece is a very reliable ally and …

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Economy Minister: Schaeuble’s resistance to debt relief raises questions about Eurozone structure

Greek Economics Minister Dimitris Papadimitriou has accused German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble of being “dishonest” by blocking debt relief for Greece despite his acknowledgement that Athens has implemented significant reforms. Papadimitriou told German newspaper Die Welt in an interview published on Thursday that Schaeuble first had acknowledged that Greece had …

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Greek Gov’t: We are far from finding a solution at the Eurogroup on Thursday

It is usually German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble who claims pessimism on solution ahead of crucial Eurogroup meetings. This time – for a change – it is the Greek government. “We are far from finding a solution at the Eurogroup on Thursday, given that Germany has not taken any progress …

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Greek government sees solution in EU Summit than in next Eurogroup

From Eurogroup to Eurogroup… key is a political solution at the next European Union Summit…. Greek government has given up hope for a solution to the Greek problem at the Eurogroup meeting on June 15. The EU Summit is scheduled for June 22-23 2017. “A solution that leads the country …

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