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Greece Bans Protests For Schaeuble Visit

Fearing protests, Greece will give visiting German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble on July 18 high-profile security usually limited to visiting heads of state, barring...

Stournaras Steers Toward Primary Surplus

Greek Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras said his goal is to push Greece into a primary surplus this year to earn debt relief. That comes...

Banking's Big Lie Breaks Cyprus

If banks loaned money at their own risk, there would be far less reprehensible moneymaking in the world. Unfortunately, that is not the case....

EU Says It’s Greece Keeping Privatization Values Secret

European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs, Olli Rehn, said that the estimated value of state-owned properties and entities in Greece that are going...

German Economist Says Greece Must Quit Euro

Greece needs to leave the Eurozone and bring back the drachma if it wants to get back on its feet and return to growth,...

European Finance Ministers Meet on Eurozone Crisis

European finance ministers are discussing how to tackle Europe's sovereign debt and banking crisis during a two-day meeting in Luxembourg.   The talks begin a...

Vanishing Cyprus: Eurozone in Tatters

The existing turbulent debt crisis in the Eurozone is only the tip of the iceberg before the real storm destabilizes the lives of millions...

Vanishing Cyprus: Bank Domination

What the people of Greece are going through is certainly a crime against humanity! We are seeing a human tragedy unfolding in front of...

Two Years in Power: Ten Things George Papandreou Has or Hasn’t Changed

From crushing ruling Conservatives party two years ago, Papandreou’s poll numbers have suffered a dramatic slump turning the Greek PM into a contemporary Diogenes of Sinope who instead of strolling around with a lamp looking for an honest man, he’s desperately looking for his voters- if there’s anyone left that is[...]

Greece Calls On Europe To Give Clear Message On Finland Deal

Greece called on European Union leaders Sunday to step in and resolve growing dissension among euro-zone members angered by a special deal under which...