US Secretary of State John Kerry praised the Greek government Friday for making "tough choices" to resolve the country's economic crisis and said he believed the situation was improving.
AFP: January 18, 2014
EU lawmakers put the Troika under the microscope this week, wanting to know how and why the trio of international creditors imposed eurozone debt bailouts at such high cost to the ordinary public.
AFP: January 16, 2014
The Greek budget presented a primary surplus of 691 million euros (on a revised cash basis) in 2013 from a primary deficit of 3.464 billion euros in 2012
January 15, 2014
After more than four years of international humiliation as the result of an economic crisis that has piled innumerable indignities on its people, Greece is keen to restore some national pride.
EUObserver: January 13, 2014
No sooner had the Prime Minister of Greece made a resounding statement that the crisis was over and the country has overcome the terrible period of economic decline as protests began in Athens.
Pravda: January 13, 2014
Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier promised further financial aid to Greece as he met with Greek premier Antonis Samaras in Athens on Friday morning. In return the government must push forward with reforms, he warned.
The Local.de: January 10, 2014
Financial Times: January 9, 2014
Official data show Greece’s unemployment rate rose to a new record high in October last year, highlighting the ravages of a six-year recession.
Press TV: January 9, 2014
Greece's court of auditors has blocked the sale of 28 state assets to two Athens-based companies, the privatisation agency said on Wednesday, meaning the country will miss its 1.3 billion euro target for selloffs in 2013.
Reuters: January 8, 2014
Every time a step is taken to deregulate the market, two things happen: citizens acquire more choices and doomsayers spell disaster.
Paschos Mandravelis: January 7, 2014