As Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras said the economy will begin to recover this year, the country’s international lenders have questioned whether the banks will need more money too.
Even before envoys from international lenders began new talks on Feb. 24, Greece said it had a deal close at hand on unsettled reforms and a budget hole.
Members of a Saudi Arabia parliamentary committee visiting Athens said businesses in their country are looking at Greek enterprises.
With Health Minister Adonis Georgiadis being assailed by critics, another report shows 2300 Greeks every day are losing access to critical healthcare.
In a rare sign of defiance, the Greek government said it would go against orders of its international lenders to cut the energy costs for two steelmakers.
Greece’s hopes for a debt cut have been dashed by German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble, whose country puts up most of $325 billion in two bailouts.
ATHENS – Greece’s fabled port of Piraeus, much of which is already controlled by the Chinese company Cosco, will go up for bid to investors […]
Researchers have evidence Greece’s financial crisis is taking a toll on health, including rising rates of HIV, tuberculosis, depression and infant deaths.
Uncertainty remains over whether Greece – as Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ claims – will begin to recover this year or will need a third bailout.
ATHENS — About 4,000 Greek farmers and civil servants marched through the center of the city on Feb. 19 to protest planned increases in taxation […]