Tourism accounts for a whopping 20% of Greek GDP and many in the industry are worried at what the effects of the debt meltdown will have on trade
Thousands have taken part in rallies in central Athens following the government’s announcement that it’s closing the banks and imposing capital
The crucial Eurogroup meeting of finance ministers got underway on Wednesday (24 June) evening in Brussels. On the agenda: hammering out a solution
Time is running out for Greece as the eurogroup meeting has ended with no deal, but this may not be the end of the Greek saga.
A last chance to save Greece. Or at least until the next last chance comes along. Eurozone finance ministers met in Luxembourg on Thursday to try and
There was food for thought for the Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis as the eurozone said in no uncertain terms that Athens would get no more
Repeated bailout scenarios and last minute decision-making by the eurozone has led to questioning of when and if the end of the Greek crisis will
There is both hope that progress can be made, and tension spilling over into angry exchanges, ahead of planned negotiations on Wednesday between the Syriza government and EU creditors.
Eurozone finance ministers meeting in Brussels have warned Greece to stop wasting time and to get down to some serious work on economic reforms. The
Greek Finance Minister Vanis Varoufakis has been told to stop wasting time in negotiating reforms with his country’s international creditors. That
In this edition of Europe Weekly: Greece secures a four month bailout extension after reforms are approved by eurozone ministers, France wins another
Greek police clashed with rioters in central Athens on Thursday in the first disturbances since the left-wing Syriza government took power. The
In Brussels, EU officials say Greece must stick to the path of spending cuts to restore its battered public finances. Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen
A profile of Greece's new finance minister, who led his country's negotiations in the recent Eurogroup talks.