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Greek Government Crisis No 2: The Hot Potato of “Labour Reserve”

Greece’s three-party coalition government faces a new test. The cohesion of Samara’s government is under strong pressure due to some measures essential to reach the volume of 11.5 billion euro spending cuts. Precisely the issue of “labour reserve” in the public sector threatens to bring Greek government into falling apart. Two junior government …

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Greece – Eurogroup to Catch Up in September; Schaeuble Supports Stournaras

For Greece the Eurogroup meeting ended on Monday with the wish to catch up at a later point. “See you in September”, the Eurogroup ministers told their Greek counterpart Yiannis Stournaras. Spain was high on the agenda on Monday, and the Troika had not concluded yet its inspections on the Greek progress or …

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Greek Finance Minister Stournaras to Meet Eurogroup Inquisition

 Greek Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras is getting ready to take a seat at the bench of the Eurogroup Inquisition on Monday afternoon in Brussels. In his first appearance at the Euro Zone ministers’ council, Stournaras will be exposed to immense pressure as his EZ colleagues will wave the bailout-installment of 31.5 billion euro right in front of …

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Caretaker FinMin Zannias the New President of National Bank of Greece?

Giorgos Zannias, caretaker finance minister under Pikrammenos government, is to be appointed as the new President of the National Bank of Greece (NBG), state broadcaster NET TV reported on Friday afternoon. Although Pikrammenos government resigned after June 17 elections, Zannias is still FinMin because a) Vassilis Rapanos -the former President …

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Ex-PM Simitis: “Greece did not Cause the Euro Crisis” – Greek Recession at -18%?

 “My country was the spark, but it merely exposed the inherent flaws within the eurozone. ” The Greek prime minister who took the country into the euro zone Costas Simitis published an article at the British The Guardian. He speaks about deficits and successful measures, but blames the the European Union for failing to …

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