Greece reportedly will push debt relief and a credit line without signing a new memorandum with its international lenders.
Good weather, payday and the looming start of the holidays made Sunday store openings a hit in Greece on Nov. 2, retailers said, but not everywhere.
Greece’s highest administrative court, the Council of State, is set to take up the case of whether retailers can open on Sundays.
With most Greek workers taking big pay cuts to go along with tax hikes and slashed pensions during a crushing economic crisis, the government has been handing out big bonuses to Finance Ministry workers, doubling their annual pay in many cases.
ATHENS – Greek bank officials are upset that the government has walked away from a plan to set a unified program to settle bad business […]
Austerity measures further reduced Greek disposable income in 2013 by another 14 billion euros, a 10.3 percent, with no end in sight.
Greek financial investigators are looking into the transfer of about 1.5 billion euros that civil servants sent to foreign bank accounts since 2010.
Political instability ahead of critical Greece’s election of a symbolic President means Greek bond investors will need a strong stomach.
Germany denied a report it had given it support to a plan that would help Greece exit its bailout early, a blow that may rattle investors anew.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble is due to meet Greek counterpart Gikas Hardouvelis during a tax evasion conference in Berlin.