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Reasons why teleconference between Greece and creditors was cancelled

The teleconference between Greece and creditors scheduled for Wednesday evening has been cancelled. The conference was to take place between Greek government representatives – Finance, Deputy Finance and Labor Ministers – and representatives from the institutions. According to government sources, the teleconference was cancelled because one of the representatives of …

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EU Commission is looking for staff level agreement on review by April 7

The aim is to reach a staff level agreement by the Eurogroup on April 7, European Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas said on Monday, as Greece and lenders continue negotiations in order to conclude the second review of the current Greek program. The spokesman said that the negotiations between Greece and …

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Eight suspicious parcels found in post office, two addressed to Djsselbloem and Moscovici

Eight more suspicious parcels, believed to contain explosives, were found and seized at the assorting center of the Greek Post Service (ELTA) in Kryoneri in northern Attica.  The packages indicate as recipients officials in various European countries. First two names of recipients leaked to the press are the names of …

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One more Eurogroup for Greece as three major reforms remain open

One more Eurogroup for Greece as eurozone finance ministers meet in Brussels  later on Monday.  One more Eurogroup without great expectations like concluding the second review. The Greek government anticipates a sign of progress and looks towards the next Eurogroup meeting in April. Aim of both sides is to bridge …

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Dijsselbloem calls on end of Troika, ESM to be turned into a European IMF

Head of Eurogroup, Jeroen Dijsselbloem decided to launch a revolution. In an interview to a German conservative newspaper, he called on the end of the EU Troika and the mutation of the European Stability fund into a European IMF. Behind Dijsselbloem’s proposal stands the powerful German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble …

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Tsipras asked for the IMF’s participation, sees deal in April

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras confirmed on Friday that he had asked managing director Christine Lagarde for the participation of the International Monetary Fund in the Greek program. Greece’s request was reveled by Lagarde a day earlier. The previous approach of the Greek government “We can do also without the IMF” …

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IMF’s David Lipton: “We would like to be in position to help Greece”

A top official at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Tuesday there had been progress on Greece and the Fund would like to get to a situation where it could help Greece. “Some progress has been made,” David Lipton, first deputy managing director of the IMF, told reporters in …

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Greece’s public debt reached €326.358billion end of 2016

326.358 billion euros. Greece’s public debt reached 326.358 billion euros at the end of 2016 against €323.709 billion at the end of September in the same year. According to a statement issued by the Public Debt Management Agency on Monday, the cash available at 31. Dec 2016, amounted to 2,791 …

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