Grexit Talk Pops Up Again

- December 3, 2013

Just as Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said he has ended talk of Greece leaving the Eurozone once and for all, a so-called “Grexit,” is still […]

Greek MPs Debate Uncertain Budget

- December 3, 2013

ATHENS – Without a deal with international lenders, a 2014 budget for Greece that has a big hole in it – the size is disputed […]

Has Greek Recession Bottomed Out?

- December 3, 2013

Six years into a deep recession and with life for many Greeks becoming misery after a series of austerity measures cut their disposable income nearly […]

Greece Wants Estate Owners to Pay

- December 3, 2013

As it deliberates whether to lift a ban on mortgage foreclosures to let banks confiscate the homes of people who can’t pay during a crushing […]

Troika Backs Off Foreclosures

- December 2, 2013

With negotiations at a standstill over the size of a budget gap in 2014 and a series of delayed reforms, Greece’s international lenders said they […]

Tax Fight! Mitsotakis vs. Stournaras

- December 2, 2013

ATHENS – Breaking ranks from Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ coalition government’s unity in support of austerity measures, Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said Finance […]

Debt Drowns Austerity-Crushed Greeks

- December 1, 2013

ATHENS – With the government having reneged on a promise to provide relief for households besieged by repeated rounds of pay cuts, tax hikes and […]

After Troika Balks, Greece Regroups

- November 30, 2013

ATHENS – Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and his Deputy Premier Evangelos Venizelos will huddle on Dec. 2 to plan strategy in the wake of […]

Moody’s Upgrades Greece’s Rating

- November 30, 2013

ATHENS – Ratings agency Moody’s has upgraded Greece’s credit rating, citing improved results in the crisis-hit country’s economic adjustment program. The agency announced the two-notch […]