Greek think tank IOBE said while the economy’s free-fall should slow by the end of the year that it could still shrink in 2015, disputing rosy government estimates.
ATHENS – A team of European Parliament lawmakers visiting Greece to see for themselves the effect of harsh austerity measures imposed by successive governments on […]
The complaint of Greeks that the burden of the country’s economic crisis has fallen on them unfairly has been borne out by a study that […]
Greek Premier Antonis Samaras has asked Russian President Vladimir Putin to cut the prices Greece is charged for natural gas from Russia.
Greece’s crushing economic crisis, worsened by big pay cuts, tax hikes and slashed pensions, has cut spending and closed scores of thousands of stores.
EU leaders are impatient over stalled negotiations between Greece and its bailout creditors, saying the government must step up its efforts to meet delayed reform and privatization targets.
Greek Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras will find himself in the odd position of chairing a meeting of Eurozone finance chiefs in Brussels on Jan. 27 […]
A ruling by Greece’s highest court that military pay cuts imposed as part of austerity measures must be restored has prompted civil servants to sue for the return of reduced lump sums.
ATHENS – While the Greek government is raising taxes tobacco products as part of the austerity measures demanded by international lenders, it’s while simultaneously trying […]