The Greek government is in a race against time to seal a deal with creditors on the new bailout program before August 20, when an ECB debt repayment is due. […]
The Turkish coastline is clearly visible from the beaches of Lesbos island in Greece. And it is from those shores that the migrant boats arrive day a ...
The European Commission said on July 23 that it has approved a grant of 6.3 million euro for Bulgaria to cover part of the emergency costs of recovery ...
Greece’s parliament approved in the early hours of Thursday the second set of prior actions, on judicial and banking reforms, required in order ...
Greece’s banks received a new cash injection from the European Central Bank on Wednesday, ahead of a key vote in parliament on judicial and banking reforms needed to secure crucial […]
The Greek Prime Minister is feeling the political weight on his shoulders ahead of Wednesday’s vote of prior actions in parliament where he stands to lose more rebel Syriza MPs. […]
Debt-wracked Greece reopened its banks Monday for the first time in three weeks, while also increasing taxes and making critical loan payments to two of its international lenders. Depositors swarmed […]
About 60 000 Greek companies intend relocating to Bulgaria because of higher taxes on companies, capital controls and the Tsipras government’s inability to deal with their problems, according to Vassilis […]
Banks in cash-strapped Greece opened Monday for the first time in three weeks. Bank customers will be allowed to make a single withdrawal of 420 euro ($455) a week, instead […]
PM Alexis Tsipras announced a Greek government reshuffle on Friday afternoon, expected since an earlier vote in Parliament this week, replacing “dissident” minister Panagiotis Lafazanis with previous labour minister Panos […]