Greece’s newly elected prime minister and finance minister have been touring Europe to meet their counterparts.
Before that, the finance minister Yanis Varoufakis met the head of the Eurogroup’s in Athens and during that encounter said Greece has no intention of cooperating in the future with the lending ‘troika’ of the European Union, European Central Bank and International Monetary Fund.
And it is not only his statements that are making news.
Varoufakis’ casual style of dress is also getting a lot of media interest and comment.
In this edition of Business Line we also examine the latest forecasts from budget airline Ryanair and explain fuel hedging: what is it and why does it matter to us?
Finally in our IT-dedicated segment the first cracks appear in the friendship between Uber and one of its main investors, Google. The companies, as far as driverless cars technology is concerned, don’t seem to want to share a ride.
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