About: Greek crisis

Economy & Jobs 19-04-2018

Greece launches tender for Hellenic Petroleum privatisation

Greece launched an international tender on Wednesday (18 April) to sell a majority stake in its biggest oil refiner, Hellenic Petroleum, as agreed under its third international bailout.
Economy & Jobs 13-04-2018

Minister: EU cohesion policy served Greece well, should be upgraded in future

The EU's cohesion policy supported Greece in its most serious crisis, demonstrating the value of the bloc's second-biggest funding scheme, Greece’s Alternate Economy Minister Alexis Charitsis told EURACTIV.com in an interview.
Economy & Jobs 06-03-2018

Eurogroup chief: ‘I see enormous potential in Greece’

Greece has enormous potential and is getting ready to stand on its own feet when it exits its EU bailout in August, Eurogroup leader Mario Centeno told EURACTIV.com's media partner Athens-Macedonian News Agency (ANA) in an interview.  
Economy & Jobs 26-02-2018

Greek business chief: Novartis scandal must be dealt with quickly to avoid ‘social eruption’

The Novartis scandal in Greece exists and the people responsible for it should be dealt with quickly in order to avoid a “social eruption”, Greek business leader Konstantinos Michalos told EURACTIV.com in an interview.
Economy & Jobs 31-01-2018

Greece wants clean break from lenders, preparing own post-bailout plan

Greece expects to make a clean break with official lenders when its international bailout expires in August and has no reason to seek a precautionary credit line, its finance minister has told Reuters.
Economy & Jobs 23-01-2018

Greece gets green light for fresh bailout cash

Eurozone finance ministers approved another 6.7 billion euros in bailout cash for Greece yesterday (22 January) after Athens pushed through controversial reforms that drew strikes and protests.
Economy & Jobs 22-01-2018

Greece’s debt relief is ‘highly probable and advisable’, says EWG chief

After a successful conclusion of the bailout program, Greece is very likely to get adequate debt relief but will probably remain under post-programme supervision "for a long time", Thomas Wieser, the outgoing chief of the Eurogroup Working Group (EWG), told Athens new agency in an interview.
Economy & Jobs 04-12-2017

Greece, lenders reach deal on reforms under bailout review

Greece and its euro zone creditors reached a preliminary deal on Saturday (2 December) on reforms Athens needs to roll out under its bailout programme, a move that could pave the way for the country to leave the aid plan in August.
Economy & Jobs 22-11-2017

EU auditors insist on full probe into ECB’s role in Greek bailouts

The European Court of Auditors (ECA) insists it had the right to look into the role of the European Central Bank in Greek bailouts, based on the Lisbon Treaty and a European Parliament resolution, and is now seeking ways to access the documents the ECB has refused to hand over.
Electricity 20-11-2017

Industry urges Greek government to fix ‘distorted’ renewables market

The leftist Greek government has clashed with the country's energy providers over the continuation of a special levy (ELAPE) imposed in order to balance the renewable energy sources account, which is a bailout obligation.
16-11-2017

ECB denies EU auditors access to information on Greek bailouts

The European Central Bank (ECB) questioned the mandate of the European Court Auditors (ECA), the watchdog of EU finances, to examine the Bank’s role in the Greek Economic Adjustment Programmes and did not provide “sufficient” information.
Economy & Jobs 31-10-2017

Tsipras says Greece will exit bailout in August 2018

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said on Monday (30 October) that the government’s plan to put the public finances in order was working and that the country would be out of the bailout programme in August 2018.