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Gov’t spokesman says Greece is exiting the 7-year crisis, talks very close to agreement

“There are great social problems that need to be solved step by step, but for the first time we are facing the exit of the seven-year crisis”, government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos on Friday said in an interview to Kokkino radio station. He underlined that the issues remaining to be solved …

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Greece will need debt relief, says Dijsselbloem at EU Parliament Plenary

Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem appeared at the Plenary of European Parliament for the first time after he stirred the Europeans of the South with insulting remarks. He made a kind of apology saying “I did not want to hurt anyone.” But as the Plenary topic was Greece, Dijsselbloem gave a …

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Dijsselbloem: Income tax measures €1.8bn in 2019 if Greece misses targets

In a letter to the members of the Eurogroup, chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem summarized what was agreed upon at the meeting in Malta on April 7th 2017. In his letter Dijsselbloem reveals also what the Greek government agreed on the implementation of the additional austerity measures scheduled to be implemented in …

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Greece’s Debt: Lagarde launches new round of argument with Schaeuble

Managing director of the International Monetary Fund, Christine Lagarde, said that she disagrees with German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble over Greece’s financial problems. “I am not aligning myself with Minister Schaeuble who says that Greece’s problem is not debt but productivity,” Lagarde said in an interview to conservative-leaning American Enterprise …

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February goes, the Troika comes…

Representatives of Greece’s creditors returned to Athens and they resume talks in an effort to reach an agreement on technical level (staff level agreement) and conclude the second review in no longer than two weeks. According to Athens News Agency, the European side but also the International Monetary Fund consider …

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Moscovici promises Greece “lighter austerity measures”

EU Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs, Pierre Moscovici, paid a short visit to Athens on Wednesday. Moscovici came to Athens to receive the title of  Honorary Doctor from the Athens University. However, he used the opportunity for a meeting with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. “Greek agreement is necessary …

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Dijsselbloem: Greece review will not conclude at Eurogroup Feb 20

Jeroen Dijsselbloem said that the second review of Greece’s program will not conclude in time for the next Eurogroup meeting scheduled for Monday, February 20. The Dutch finance minister who is also head of the Eurogroup stressed that the participation of the International Monetary Fund remains essential for the continuation …

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