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Slow-Moving Game of Chicken

They did it again, the Greek government it is. When many commentators still speculated that Greece would have to declare its illiquidity, the government sent another Euro 754 mio back into the IMF coffers. 553 more words

Greek PM Tsipras: We want a clear sign that progress has been made in Eurogroup's statement

Greek PM Tsipras: We want a clear sign that progress has been made in Eurogroup’s statement 

We want in Monday’s Eurogroup a clear statement of the progress made in the last period, 155 more words

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Greek financial crisis really hitting home

The economic crisis in Greece continues to strain, and those on home soil feel their pain.

Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras, has been fiercely trying to come to a compromise for debt repayments to the European Union, asking for a further extension. 388 more words

“CROSS-BORDER” KEYNESIAN ECONOMICS. A THOUGHT ON GREECE – versus – THE EURO GROUP: “TAXATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION” ?

There is an elephant in the the Greek Debt Crisis room that no one is openly addressing : Should Keynesian Economic policy apply in a situation where one country demands that another country “prime its pump” when it has no ability to do it itself? 576 more words

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On the ongoing negotiations between Greece and its creditors

On 20 February, the Greek government requested and was granted a 4-month extension of its current economic adjustment (bailout) programme. Since then, the Greek government is negotiating with the institutions i.e. 718 more words

SYRIZA

TO GREXIT OR NOT TO GREXIT?

You may have heard of the crisis in Greece. Perhaps you briefly heard the reporter on CNN mention it, as you were switching over to the food network. 1,803 more words

Rescue dogs and cats: why they can't currently leave Greece

The EU uses an electronic system called TRACES to legally and reliably track the movement of pets being rehomed from one EU country to another. 148 more words

Pets