Category: POLITICS

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In the negotiations there will be victories and defeats

ilias1 - Jan 04, 2016

Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos on Sunday in an interview with Kathimerini expressed optimism that the government will overcome the obstacle…

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Government braces for talks on pension reform

chris1 - Jan 03, 2016

The first week of the year will be a taxing one for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and his government, which…

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Stournaras: Greece cannot deal with another crisis with the lenders

ilias1 - Jan 03, 2016

Bank of Greece governor Yannis Stournaras gave a warning about the risk of Greece failing to reach an agreement with…

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Greek savers still wary of PM after 2015 financial tumult

chris1 - Jan 03, 2016

Data released from Greece’s central bank this week showed that deposit outflows continued in November for a second consecutive month,…

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European populism poised for troubling second wave

ilias1 - Jan 02, 2016

Populism used to be a marginal phenomenon in Europe, but it is now going mainstream. Southern Europe’s high debts and…

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Kammenos: I will support Tsipras until the end

Sokratis - Jan 02, 2016

“We might have ideological differences, but he is an honest politician,” Mr. Kammenos said The president of Independent Greeks Panos…

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Experts help divided Cyprus figure out economics of peace

Sokratis - Jan 02, 2016

A peace accord cobbling Cyprus back together again after over four decades of ethnic division is possible in 2016 and…

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President Pavlopoulos and PM Tsipras attend the New Year’s doxology

Panos - Jan 01, 2016

President of Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras attended the doxology for the New Year at Dionysiou…