Greece’s economy is well on track, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Saturday in an interview with French radio Intel Radio. Confidence has returned, but Greece must continue its efforts, he added.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble in an interview with “Ta Nea” newspaper on Saturday said that he will be glad when Greece returns to the markets and is not dependent on additional financial aid.
Interior Minister Panos Skourletis expressed the opinion that “in Greece’s case, the effort of some extreme circles to impose a different model in Europe is now evident” in an interview on Monday with Athens Macedonian News Agency.
Parliament president Nikos Voutsis expressed his optimism over a fair and realistic agreement will be reached on 15 or 22 June. An agreement that will allow Greece to tap the capital markets and at the same time would set the Greek economy and society on the right tracks, said Voutsis to SKAI TV on Sunday.
Responding to the disappointing Eurogroup outcome on Greece, the Socialists and Democrats Group in the European Parliament on Tuesday directed stinging criticism at German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and accused him of behaviour that was contrary to the interests of Europe as a whole.
Arriving for his first-ever Eurogroup meeting on Monday, France’s new Minister for the Economy Bruno Le Maire expressed hope that this will conclude with a “global agreement” regarding Greece.
Greece’s debt will be discussed at an International Monetary Fund (IMF) executive committee meeting on February 6, reliable sources reported on Thursday, noting that the fund’s political disagreement with Germany continues.
Citing a phrase used by Greece’s Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos, Greek Parliament President Nikos Voutsis commented on the dispute between the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and European Union institutions over the Greek programme, saying it was an attempt, led by Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble and the Dutch in Europe and Poul Thomsen in the […]
By Justine Frangouli-Argyris The situation in Greece, mere weeks after the country’s recent national elections, is anything but settled. The country’s future remains mired in uncertainty due to the manoeuvres of the victorious but inexperienced, leftist “Syriza” party with respect to its dealings with its European partners. Greece is suffocating under a lack of liquidity resulting […]
Μολονότι το Διεθνές Νομισματικό Ταμείο και η Ευρωζώνη κατέχουν το μεγαλύτερο μέρος των ελληνικών ομολόγων η Ευρωπαϊκή Κεντρική Τράπεζα είναι αυτή που διαθέτει την δύναμη να οδηγήσει σε κατάρρευση την ελληνική οικονομία κόβοντας τη ρευστότητα στις ελληνικές τράπεζες, αναφέρει ανάλυση του Think Tank STRATFOR με τίτλο «Greece and Europe Begin Bargaining For Their Future» προσθέτοντας […]