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Greece – Creditors negotiations: Lost in Deadlines…

There was this famous and very threatening deadline over the Greeks heads this morning. The creditors had allegedly told Greece “either … or…”, “take or breake”, “capitulate or go”. Or even worse! Had the Greeks not submitted a new reform proposal, the Eurogroup would decide on creditors’ proposals with Greece …

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Creditors give Greece a “deadline” to break the impasse

As early as 6 o’clock in the morning the’ technical teams’ sat down and picked up the negotiations thread, the institutions and Greece left down in the early morning hours of Thursday. The midnight meeting between Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and the creditors ended at 12:30 without positive result. …

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No Breakthrough – Greece talks to continue at 11 pm

After 6 hours the meeting between Greek PM Alexis Tsipras with EC’s Juncker, ECB’s Draghi and IMF’s Lagarde concluded without a positive result, without a deal. Apparently the differences between Greece and its creditors remain. Immediately after,  the Eurogroup started and thus despite the fact due to lack of Tsipras-creditors …

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German state TV: EC Juncker broke down negotiations with Greece

In Greek debt dispute EU Commission President Jena-Claude Juncker has canceled a mediation attempt. The reason: There was a distinct difference between the plans of the creditors and the plans of Athens. The negotiations with the Greek government to resolve the debt dispute have failed for the time, according to …

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Breakdown in talks, as Greece walks out in Brussels. Now what?

The Greek delegation walked out the negotiations with creditors representatives in Brussels on Sunday afternoon. During the meeting that lasted 46 minutes, the Greek side submitted revised proposals but they were considered as “insufficient” by the creditors. A difference gap of 2.6 billion euro remain between the two sides. According …

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Greece’s battlefield: All Quiet on the Brussels Front…

A strange silence is hanging over the Greek battle field. Exhausted physically and mentally German, Greek and IMF soldiers are hiding in the trenches, tired of the frequent battles and the dirty conditions of the economic warfare. It is the monotony between the bailout program review battles, the constant threat …

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Rumor and speculation mill work overtime over Greek gov’t proposals to lenders

The rumor and speculation mill is working overtime as usual when negotiations between Greece and its creditors are at a crucial point. After Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras revealed that Greece sent a draft plan to the Troika-Institutions on Monday night, national and international media started to upload on their websites …

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