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Schaeuble: If Greece doesn’t deliver, new austerity measures will come

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaebule keeps reiterating his approach to the Greek Debt Relief issue and it seems that nothing will persuade him to change position. In an interview to German daily General Anzeiger,  he warned that “Greeks should not believe that they can halt the reforms and insisted for …

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Dijsselbloem, EZ officials hint: No Greek Deal will be reached May 24

I don’t know the original source of this statement but Greek media report about it. Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem is said to have said that he “can’t say with certainty that Greek Deal is reached on May 24th.” Another high-ranking source of the Eurozone has reportedly said that “we haven’t …

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Greek debt relief discussion starts on …technical level

Greece made its first official request for a further debt relief at the Euro Working Group in Brussels. This does not mean much in substance for the time being, as the International Monetary Fund may supports the idea, but Greece’s European partners -especially the Germans –  reject it. And they …

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