Greece’s Troika Loan Broken Up

- April 1, 2014

Greece will be getting its next installment of 8.3 billion euros ($11.4 billion) from international lenders in three parts instead of all at once.

Greek Auxiliary Pensions Face 25% Cut

- March 29, 2014

The Greek coalition government led by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is set to slash already-reduced auxiliary pensions by another 25 percent.

Protests Over Greek Market Overhaul

- March 29, 2014

Greek associations of bakers, pharmacies, booksellers, and milk farmers have expressed angry opposition to plans to overhaul trading rules.

More Signs Of Greek Recovery

- March 28, 2014

More statistics are showing that the faltering Greek economy will likely begin a recovery this year and that a third bailout won’t be needed.

Greek Unions Set April 9 Strike

- March 27, 2014

Greece’s largest public sector union says it will join a private sector union in a nationwide general strike April 9 to protest austerity measures.

No New Taxes, But Solidarity Tax Stays

- March 27, 2014

Greek Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras said there won’t be any more taxes imposed, but a “solidarity tax” will be kept as long as needed.

Phamarcies To Strike Over Troika Deal

- March 24, 2014

Greece’s pharmacies are to close indefinitely to a deal between the government and bailout lenders to deregulate store licenses.