By Dimitris Papadimoulis is Vice President of the European Parliament, head of Syriza party delegation.
Business Line looks at economic forecasts for the world and for Europe, seeing how forecasters are reexamining their perspectives and perceptions.
Five years on from the revolution that saw the fall of the Mubarak regime, and Egypt is still on its knees.
Economic transparency can make countries more financially stable and prosperous, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said.
Greece is getting impatient at the stand-off between the International Monetary Fund and the European Union over Athens' latest bailout.
International Monetary Fund keeps global growth forecasts unchanged in its latest economic outlook, raises US forecast on Trump spending and tax plans
A French court ruled the country's ex-finance minister was negligent over a 400m euro state payment, but issued no sentence.
Struggling to stay afloat, Egypt is getting a massive cash injection from the International Monetary Fund.
Thousands of Greek workers protest at further labour reforms as government launches fresh talks with lenders
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has backed the IMF's warnings about the risks to the banking system from "ultra-loose" monetary policy.
The International Monetary Fund has expressed concern that public and private debt reached 225 five percent of the world's economic output last year.
Egypt's $12 billion (10.7 billion euro) loan from the International Monetary Fund dominated a major conference in Cairo on the country's financial future.
As Egypt says it is close to agreeing loans from the International Monetary Fund that it hopes will restore confidence in its struggling economy, Euronews talks to experts and ordinary Egyptians.
France's highest appeals court has ruled that IMF head Christine Lagarde must stand trial for her role in a 400 million euro state payout to French businessman Bernard Tapie.