The European Union is hailing the austerity package adopted by Greek lawmakers as a significant step toward rebuilding trust and fulfilling preconditions for a new financial bailout of the country.
The Tribune: July 16, 2015
European finance ministers are holding a conference call Thursday to discuss options for a Greek bailout, after Greek lawmakers approved a package of tough reforms early Thursday.
July 16, 2015
Talks between eurozone ministers on emergency funding to keep Greek banks afloat have begun, hours after the Greek parliament passed tough reforms required for a third bailout deal.
BBC: July 16, 2015
The Greek parliament approved a package of tough reforms demanded by the country's creditors in return for a bailout.
July 15, 2015
Greek anti-austerity demonstrators threw Molotov cocktails at police in front of the country's parliament building Wednesday, just as lawmakers began debate on tough demands by Athens' international lenders in exchange for a new bailout.
July 15, 2015
The Greek government has paid off a major Japanese debt on time and in full.
Euronews: July 14, 2015
Back in 2009, with the world reeling from the fallout of the financial crisis, Greece’s government made a confession: its finances were in horrific shape.
Market Watch: July 14, 2015
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras was Tuesday to hold meetings with his parliamentary majority, faced with the tough task of selling a new bailout deal that requires Athens to push through draconian reforms within days.
The Business Insider: July 14, 2015
When Greek and other European leaders came to the 17th hour of their all-night talks that culminated in an agreement Monday morning, their immediate concerns were economic.
July 14, 2015
Past Greek bailouts were accompanied by declarations that the deal on the table was realistic, comprehensive and good for both parties.
Guardian: July 13, 2015