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 […]

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 […]

Annoyed Troika Delays Athens Return

- November 29, 2013

Greece’s hopes of securing a deal with its international lenders to get release of a delayed one billion euro ($1.37 billion) installment have received a […]

Greece Jobless Rate Tops EU Again

- November 29, 2013

Bad news for Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras’ “success story” – unemployment in Greece stood at 27.3 percent in August, the highest rate in the […]

Troika Finds Greek Bureaucracy Costly

- November 29, 2013

ATHENS – As international lenders check Greece for reforms, they’ve discovered that the infamous labyrinth of the country’s notoriously inefficient bureaucracy is so bad that […]