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Greece approves reform bill, eyes bailout tranche

Greece's parliament approved early on Friday a bill with reforms prescribed by the country's international lenders, ahead of a euro zone finance ministers meeting in three days which will decide if Athens qualifies for fresh bailout funds.
Times of Oman: November 6, 2015

Tsakalotos: If agreement is not voted today, I will have to request a bridge-loan

"I do not want to believe that there are powers in Greece that want to send us to a bridge-loan, stated Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos at his opening speech on Thursday at the parliament committees
August 13, 2015

Europe's finance ministers discuss new Greek bailout

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

Dijsselbloem: Monday's Eurogroup to focus on Greece's short-term financing

The issue of Greece's short-term financing to meet its international financing obligations is expected to be discussed in Monday's Eurogroup, stated Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem on Monday.
July 13, 2015

Eurozone talks end with no deal on Greece

A meeting of European finance ministers has ended with no progress in negotiations over Greece.
BBC: June 18, 2015

European officials pessimistic going into meeting on bailout

Among officials arriving in Luxembourg for the keenly awaited eurozone meeting there is a distinct lack of optimism over the prospects of a Greek deal.
The Tribune: June 18, 2015

Eurozone draws up Greek emergency plan, reports say

Athens‘ eurozone partners are drawing up an emergency plan to head off the threat of economic chaos in Greece if the nation fails to reach a deal with its creditors this week, German media reported Tuesday.
June 16, 2015

Eurozone devise emergency plan for Greece

Reports in the German media have suggested eurozone officials are drawing up a backup plan in case of a Greek default. As the cash-strapped nation struggles to reach a deal with creditors, it could face capital controls.
Deutsche Welle: June 16, 2015

Varoufakis: Greece will not present new reform proposals at Eurogroup

Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis late on Monday said that the three institutions have different red lines.
June 16, 2015

Greece debt crisis: Eurozone threat over $7 billion bailout loan

Greece’s failure to negotiate a bailout deal has provoked fury among its supposed European partners, who refused a request for an emergency bridging loan as the country heads towards bankruptcy - and out of the single currency.
The Australian: April 24, 2015