ATHENS (Reuters) – Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras on Sunday dismissed talk of an early election over the abrupt closure of the state broadcaster, which brought protests from viewers, workers, the opposition and his coalition partners.
DUBLIN/ATHENS, April 13 (Reuters) – An inspection team of international lenders has finished its review of Greece’s austerity programme, paving the way for another 10 billion euros aid payment, a…
DUBLIN/ATHENS (Reuters) – An inspection team of international lenders has finished its review of Greece’s austerity program, paving the way for another 10 billion euros aid payment, a source with knowledge of the talks said on Saturday.
ATHENS, April 13 (Reuters) – Greek bank deposits are safe and the country’s lenders are protected due to a recapitalisation scheme which will be completed by the end of April, Prime Minister Antonis…
ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece’s international lenders have asked Athens to halt National Bank’s takeover of rival Eurobank, worried that the resulting lender would be too big for the state to deal with, two bankers close to the talks told Reuters … Continue reading
ATHENS, March 8 (Reuters) – A voluntary share exchange offer that will allow Greek Coke bottler Coca-Cola Hellenic (CCH) to move from Greece to Switzerland and list on the London Stock Exchange has been approved by the British authorities.
ATHENS, March 4 (Reuters) – Greek bank deposits rose by 2 billion euros ($ 2.6 billion) in February, the country’s central bank governor said on Monday, signalling growing confidence in the country’s…
LONDON (Reuters) – Greek hospitals are in such dire straits that staff are failing to keep up basic disease controls such as using gloves and gowns, threatening a rise in multidrug-resistant infections, according to Europe’s top health official.
ATHENS (Reuters) – Greek pension funds will not take part in a debt buy-back that is a key part of the country’s international bailout, Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said in a newspaper interview.
In familiar after-midnight fashion, European leaders early Tuesday announced a plan to stabilize Greece’s spiraling debt and trumpeted a “new paradigm” in the country’s struggle to stay in the euro zone. Read full article >>