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Trichet: No euro exit for Athens

European Central Bank (ECB) chief Jean-Claude Trichet reiterated on Monday that for Greece to withdraw from the euro currency and return to the drachma...

Outgoing US envoy praises growth in Greek-US ties

Outgoing US ambassador to Greece Daniel Speckhard on Thursday referred to a distinct growth of bilateral relations over the past three years beyond a...

The Council of State Appeals Landmark Memorandum

An appeal demanding the annulment of a landmark memorandum agreed to by Greece with the "Troika" -- EU Commission, ECB and IMF -- will...

FinMin: 2011 'year of hard work'

Next year will be a year of 'hard work' for the government, finance minister George Papaconstantinou said in an interview, referring to the big...

IMF: Greece «broadly on track»

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) late Friday issued its interim report "Greece Stand-By Arrangement - Review under the Emergency Financing Mechanism", in which it...

Samaras opens ND 8th party congress

Main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Antonis Samaras opened his party’s 8th congress on Friday, underlining the leading role ND can play in the...

Provopoulos: Greek Banks Have Adequate Capital

In an interview published in the Wall Street Journal, Greek Central Bank chief, G. Provopoulos said Greek banks had sufficient capital to see it...

President briefed on labour law

Labour Minister Andreas Loverdos on Friday briefed President Karolos Papoulias on the changes to labour law agreed between the government and representatives of the...

FinMin: Econ program progressing well

Finance minister George Papaconstantinou said on Friday that the second and third tranches of the EU-IMF support mechanism loans for the Greek economy are...

Bloomberg: Analysts And Investors See A Greek Default

Global investors have little faith that Greece will weather through its debt crisis, with 73% calling a default by Greece likely, a poll...