ATHENS – Greece’s former finance chief Yanis Varoufakis denied he was ready to cooperate with then-German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble – his nemesis – in […]
Greece’s coalition doesn’t want to implement changes it agreed with creditors, putting the release of bailout funds in limbo.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said accepting more austerity in return for bailouts means Greece will eventually recover.
After warning it might pull out of Greek bailouts, the IMF has acceded to German political machinations over how to proceed.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang has dashed Greece’s hopes to get a break from its austerity-laden international bailouts.
Greece has mostly satisfied its international lenders, except for Germany which continues to be an obstacle in debt relief hopes.
Having rammed more austerity through Parliament, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is getting ready to prepare more for beleaguered Greeks.
Despite predictions from Greece’s government a deal with creditors over reforms attached to a third bailout is imminent, it won’t happen.
Greece missed its own April 22 deadline for reaching a deal with international creditors as talks over terms of a third bailout have stalled.
With Greece and its lenders deadlocked over austerity-driven reforms, the country’s debt crisis will highlight the IMF spring meeting in Washington.