Aftershocks from 3.4 to 4.9 on the Richter scale followed a powerful earthquake of 6.1 at 9.08pm on April 17 east of Crete. The vibration was described as fierce by […]
Standard & Poor’s has cut Greece’s credit rating to “CCC+” from “B-” with a negative outlook, saying it expected Greece’s debt to be ...
For the first time since Greece was bailed out by international creditors an International Monetary Fund (IMF) official has publicly spoken of the pos ...
As the Greek government resumed talks with its lenders following the Easter holiday period, the European Commission openly urged the country Monday to ...
Greece’s existing cash reserves will reportedly, based on Finance Ministry estimations, be sufficient only until April 24, when the Eurogroup is due to hold its next meeting, with the Greek […]
The European Commission has received Bulgaria’s formal complaint against Greece’s plans to introduce a new tax on transactions with firms in countries with “preferential tax regimes” and was analysing it, […]
German vice chancellor and economy minister Gabriel Sigmar has dismissed the Greek claims for war reparations, stating that the new estimates announced by the government in Athens for World War […]
Bulgaria will seek a diplomatic solution to the looming confrontation with Greece over Athens’ plans to introduce a tax on all cross-border transactions between the two countries, Cabinet officials told […]
Parliament discussed a proposal to create a committee that will examine how Greece came to signing the bailout agreements with its international lenders, tracing the route back to the reasons […]
The government’s negotiations with its lenders, the “red lines” and retreats, are points of confrontation not only between the government and opposition and media, but within the government in Athens […]