ATHENS, Greece — Moody’s ratings agency has upgraded Greece’s government bond rating , predicting a gradual decline of the national debt. The agency is also […]
For the fifth time in four years, Greece has appointed a new head to its floundering privatization agency that is far behind schedule.
A court suspended a Greek government decision plan for a limit on the value of drugs that doctors can prescribe.
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde, said she’s not sure Greece should get a debt break it wants.
Greeks who have’t paid property taxes in the last five years will not be allowed to make real estate transactions,
Greece’s coalition government plans to ram through a multi-bill of more than 600 unfinished reforms demanded by international lenders.
Greece’s hopes to restructure its bailout loans with international lenders will have to wait until the autumn but can count on France.
the Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) board has approved an agreement for new investments by the Chinese firm COSCO that has major operations there.
With international lenders warning that Greece will need a third bailout unless it sticks to tough reforms, the coalition government headed by Prime Minister Antonis Samaras is planning to ask them for concessions, setting the stage for a likely showdown. The New Democracy Conservative leader Samaras and his Deputy Premier/Foreign Minister, the PASOK chief Evangelos Venizelos, agreed to present a united front although the Socialists are unhappy about plans to shed more public workers.
State inspectors are to begin checking how thousands of people working in the public sector had their fixed-term contracts switched to open-ended deals before the economic crisis struck Greece.