About: Greek austerity

Konstantinos Michalos
Banking union 14-10-2016

Greek business chief: German elections no excuse to defer Greek debt talks

The German government should not use the upcoming national elections as an excuse to defer discussions over Greece's debt, Konstantinos Michalos said in an interview with EURACTIV.com.
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Economy & Jobs 13-02-2015

Rajoy: Spain has no money to spare, expects Greece to repay Spanish loans

Speaking to journalists after the European Council meeting on Thursday, Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said the Spanish government expects Greece to repay the 26 billion euro loan that Madrid granted Athens.
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Economy & Jobs 13-02-2015

Dijesslbloem says political deal with Greece ‘very difficult’

Reaching a deal on Greece's emergency financing will be possible at the technical level, but a political agreement with the country's new leftist-led government will be "very difficult", Eurogroup President Jeroen Dijsselbloem said on Thursday as he left the EU Council meeting in Brussels.
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Economy & Jobs 12-02-2015

Stubb after Ukraine ceasefire agreement: ‘We should give peace a chance’

Finnish Prime Minister Alexander Stubb has warned Russia of a 'frozen relation' with the West if Moscow does not respect the ceasefire agreement reached in Minsk on Wednesday.
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Economy & Jobs 12-02-2015

Cameron: EU-Greece ‘standoff’ affects the UK’s economy

Speaking to journalists on his arrival to the European Council meeting on Thursday, British Prime Minister David Cameron said that the EU and Greece must find a solution to the Greek crisis, in order to end a “standoff that affects a growing British economy”.
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Economy & Jobs 12-02-2015

Varoufakis: Greek bailout programme ‘catastrophic’

“Greece would never agree to stay in this current bailout programme because it is catastrophic,” said Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis on Thursday.
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Economy & Jobs 22-01-2015

To Potami: The future of Greece lies within the eurozone

As Greece goes to the polls on Sunday in what could be a game-changing election, Greek MEP Miltos Kyrkos told EURACTIV that his newly formed political group To Potami wants to keep Greece in the eurozone.