Greece has now officially ended its third bailout agreement with the European Union. The country has received more than 260 billion euros since 2010 from the EU and the IMF, the biggest bailout in global financial history.
As Greece's bailout programme comes to an end the government claims the main causes have been solved and unemployment will come down
Greece’s economic tragedy may be over on August 20th but how serious and sustainable are the country’s growth plans when they will be repaying their Eurozone debt till past the year 2060?
Greece now a "normal" eurozone country, says EU Finance Commissioner Moscovici.
EU says Greece can finally "stand on its own feet."
Athens residents react to the news that European creditors have reached a new deal on Greece's debt repayments
The deal with Eurozone countries gives Greece ten more years to pay back over 96 billion euros
Eurozone meeting follows Jean Claude Juncker's visit to Athens, where he talked of a "clean exit" from bailout programme in summer
Debt purchase programme produced big profits but Eurozone countries are reluctant to say where they went.
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The crucial deal will allow a series of loans to be released to the embattled country, to help it meet its upcoming debt payments.
Greece is in line for its next batch of bailout loans.
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There was disappointment but no surprise in Greece after eurozone finance ministers failed to reach agreement on the release of new loan money.
The Greek government is set to get to further rescue funds from international lenders in return for future austerity measures that it hopes to offset.
An agreement has been announced, paving the way for emergency funds for Athens in return for more painful reforms.
In Greece, trade union organisers and workers marched as part of a national 24-hour strike.
Eurozone finance ministers chair Jeroen Dijsselbloem says some Greek debt will have to be written off for its public finances to become sustainable.
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New impasse in the negotiations of the Greek program raises fears of a repeat of a "Greek drama"
Greek farmers protesting against bailout-related income cuts on Wednesday clashed with riot police outside the Agriculture Ministry in central Athens.
Doctors in Greek state hospitals walk out in protest in central Athens over social security changes
Metro, urban rail and tram workers in Athens have walked off the job for 24 hours. They are angry about legislation that would allow the Athens transport organisation to use stations for commercial pu
Last week’s Eurogroup was just a first step towards a final deal between creditors and the Greek government in order for the bailout programme to get again back on…
Greek ministers have been meeting experts from the EU and IMF discussing the economic reforms Athens must make to keep bailout funds flowing.
The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has been talking up the agreement with European creditors under which the country will make further reforms in 2019.