The Greek government said Monday that it would end its reliance on financial aid sometime in 2014.
GlobalPost: December 31, 2013
Greece's coalition government on Saturday pushed through parliament a new property tax required under the country's international bailout obligations, but saw its majority dwindle in the process.
AFP: December 22, 2013
Greek Finance Minister Yannis Stournaras said the talks with the nation's foreign lenders had ended without a deal for the disbursement of a vital one-billion-euro slice of financial aid.
AFP: December 17, 2013
As Greece releases its latest unemployment figures, there are signs the country's economy may be turning a corner.
December 11, 2013
Greece and its foreign lenders will aim to resolve their differences over massive layoffs and home foreclosures when they resume a stalled review of the country's bailout program, two senior government officials said on Tuesday.
Reuters: December 10, 2013
"We can confront the debt with many ways, without a new loan; the country will not get a new loan and this means there will not be a new memorandum", Government Vice President Evangelos and Foreign Minister Venizelos said in an interview with private Mega TV late Monday.
December 11, 2013
Greek lawmakers have passed the 2014 budget, which predicts a return to growth after six straight years of painful recession.
BBC: December 8, 2013
International creditors said on Saturday that they have delayed until January their next trip to Greece for talks on a deal key to unblocking one billion euros in bailout funds.
AFP: December 8, 2013
The Greek economy will return to growth in 2014, following six years of unprecedented recession, and will achieve a primary surplus of 3.0 billion euros (from 812 million euros this year), according to provisions of the 2014 draft budget, signaling the country's gradual exit from the crisis.
November 22, 2013
Inspectors from foreign lenders checking on Greece's progress towards its bailout targets plan to leave Athens on Thursday and return in early December to continue the review
Reuters: November 20, 2013