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Four in Ten Young Greeks would accept Greece’s exit from the EU

92% of young people in Greece do not trust politics. the same attitude is common to 66% of young people in Germany. Almost four in 10 young Greeks do not negatively approach Grexit, that is the possibility of the Greece to leave the European Union. While in Germany only 9% …

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Stern: Majority of Germans would accept Grexit

What do Germans think of Grexit?  The financial situation of Greece has split the German public opinion. In a poll conducted for German weekly STERN, a narrow majority would accept Greece abandoning the eurozone. Whether the heavily indebted Greece will receive additional billion credits depends on the implementation of the …

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Schaeuble: “I have never made Grexit threats”

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble denied on Sunday that he had said Greece would have to leave the eurozone if it failed to implement economic reforms. In an ARD television interview, Schaeuble that Greece would not have problems if it implemented agreed reforms, but would if it fails to carry …

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“Bank run” under Capital Controls: Greeks withdraw €2.5bn in 45 days

Delays in the talks between Greece and its lenders have brought back the ghost of Grexit.  The grave disagreement between the International Monetary Fund and the European lenders, Grexit bombshell flying around and Greece’s reluctance to accept additional austerity measures have increase uncertainty among citizens – for one more time. …

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“Grexit” becomes central in Germany’s elections campaign

Greece debt crisis has become a central issue in the German elections campaign. Even parties sunk in oblivion in recent years try to win votes by throwing the bait “Grexit” into the open mouths of conservative and neo-liberal electorate. “Greece should leave the euro zone and then be given debt …

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Schaeuble: Greece must leave the Euro to win a Debt Cut

 German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble warned Greece Wednesday night “to fulfill its reform commitments, otherwise it would have to leave the Eurozone.” Speaking at a talk show at the German state ARD TV, Schaueble said also that pressure on Greece must be maintained.” “They are not over the mountain, therefore …

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ESM’s Regling: No need for 4. bailout, if Greece implements agreement

We work effortlessly to achieve an agreement with Greece and completed the second assessment together with the International Monetary Fund, the head of the European Support Mechanism (ESM), Klaus Regling said on Wednesday. Speaking at the European Parliament, Regling stressed that if Greece adheres to what has been agreed upon …

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Why are EU & Eurozone partners afraid of Dr Schaeuble?

At the Eurgorup meeting on Monday, Germany won. There will be no program review for Greece this year. Athens has to wait until it could be able to sell bonds to the European Central Bank’s quantitative easing scheme and return to the markets. The stalemate allegedly left Greece’s allies among its …

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Schaeuble: Greece must reform or leave the eurozone

Greece must reform or leave eurozone. German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble o000mmed his favorite mantra and ruled out  debt relief for Greece before on Sunday. Just hours before the Eurogroup meeting to discuss the second review of the third bailout program -and the Italian slap in the face of the  …

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German Ifo Institute: Temporary return to Drachma, Unconditional Debt Relief

Germans have the solution to Greek Debt crisis: temporary return to Drachma and unconditional debt relief. The idea comes from Austrian economist Gabriel Felbermayr, Director of Foreign Economy Department at conservative think-tank Ifo (Institute for Economic Research) is a Munich-based research institution and one of Germany’s largest economic think-tanks. In …

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