Economy

Regling: Greece will soon leave the programme if reforms continue

Head of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), Klaus Regling, expressed his optimism for a Greek exit from the bailout programme in two years from...

Moody’s: cash-in-circulation back to the banking system

The recent easing of capital controls with immediate effect is likely to help the Greek banks to attract part of deposits which were withdrawn...

Moscovici: Conclusion of the Greek programme assessment profitable for all

EU Commissioner for Economic Affairs Pierre Moskovici expressed the wish for a swift conclusion of the second Greek economy assessment for everyone’s good but...

Christine Lagarde on IMF’s unhappy experience in Greece

IMF’s Managing Director, Christine Lagarde, speaking to Financial Times about IMF’s experience in Greece conceded that it has not been a successful experience for...

Tsakalotos appears optimistic about second evaluation of the Greek programme

The EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council (ECOFIN) met yesterday Tuesday, but Greece was not on the agenda. After the meeting, the Greek Fin...

ESM proposals for short-term debt relief for Greece

The European Stability Mechanism (ESM) will present proposals for short-term measures to alleviate the Greek debt in the upcoming weeks, said Klaus Regling, in...

Names of debtors to the Greek state made public

The General Secretariat of Public Revenue (GGDE) uploaded the names of 13,730 natural and legal persons owing to the Greek state a total amount...

ESM’s Klaus Regling: Greece could access the markets in 2017

Klaus Regling, managing director of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM), in an interview to Bloomberg TV, expressed his conviction that Greece would access the...

ECB: Greece has made visible progress

New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis held talks with ECB president, Mario Draghi and Executive Board Member, Benoît Cœuré, yesterday in Frankfurt. ECB acknowledged that during...

Greece and China enhance cooperation

Cosco plans to make additional investments of 500 million euros at the port of Piraeus - besides the 350 million that were originally announced...

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