Queues stretched down the street outside Athens banks on Thursday, as pensioners waited to collect their Christmas bonus payments from the government.
By Dimitris Papadimoulis, Vice President of the European Parliament and head of the SYRIZA party delegation. This article represents the views of its
Greek PM Alexis Tspiras has met with Angela Merkel in Berlin after his government passed a planned Christmas giveaway for pensions in defiance of its international…
Greece's central bank is forecasting the Greek economy will expand by 2.5 percent next year, way better than this year's anticipated 0.1 percent.
The eurozone's bailout fund has suspended Greece's short-term debt relief over Athens unapproved December payout to pensioners.
Euro zone finance ministers have agreed to give Greece short-term debt relief but what price, if any, will Athens have to pay the price in the long-term by way of austerity…
Visiting Athens, the European Union’s Commissioner for Economic Affairs has reported ‘good progress’ as he reviews Greece’s efforts to implement labour and pension reforms required as part of its inte
The MEP's letter asks Eurogroup chief to contribute to the completion of the second review, so that debt talks will commence.
Greece's economy expanded by a better-than-expected 0.5 percent from the previous three month period between July and September.
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The reductions are part of the austerity package the government agreed to with international lenders.
EU finance ministers are pushing Greece to press ahead with reforms so it can receive 2.8 billion euros bailout cash from the EU and International Monetary Fund by the end of October.
Greece's battered economy grew between April and June - but only by 0.2 percent from the first three months of the year and it shrank by 0.9 percent from the same period last year.
The 2016 holiday season is crucial to Greece's economic recovery, but Euronews found many in the tourism industry there are not hopeful.
The European Central Bank has agreed to accept 'junk' rated Greek debt as collateral for normal "ECB":http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/10708ef6-387a-11e6-9a05-82a9b15a8ee7.html#axzz4CPd5i6K9 lending to banki
Greece has at times in the past seven years seemed like a sacrificial lamb on the altar of a strong euro, with its people being asked to suffer for past government incompetence or worse that put the e
Striking state hospital workers and teachers protested in Athens on Wednesday, demanding back pay and calling for action on staff shortages.
Greece believes a bumper influx of tourists this year will boost its economic recovery, but there are fears bailout linked sales tax hikes could threaten businesses.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras are expected to focus on trade and investment during their meetings in Athens.
Eurozone finance ministers are meeting in Brussels for their latest round of negotiations over Greece.
With Greece fast running out of money and loan repayment deadlines looming, the parliament is heading towards another austerity vote - a major test for Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras.
Athens seemed to have moved closer to a deal on new loans with its eurozone lenders but many details still have to be worked out.
The Greek economy is just one step away from a recovery but needs debt relief, not further austerity, to overcome its crisis for good, Prime Minister
Greece's economy is just one step away from a recovery but needs debt relief, not further austerity, Prime Minister Alexis Tspiras has told euronews.
The Greek economy looks set to shrink by 1.0 percent this year putting a further squeeze on ordinary Greeks and businesses after a 0.3 percent contraction in 2015.
Greece and the troika of international lenders are moving closer to a deal on a review of bailout reforms, which could free up more aid to help the cash strapped country.
Greece's economy performed slightly better than previously thought in Q4 of 2015. Revised figures show GDP actually expanded, but only by 0.1 percent from the previous quarter.
Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis locked horns with the European establishment, and ultimately had to stand down. But now the bad boy of