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Euro & Finance 14-02-2017

Eurogroup deputy: ‘Grexit is a non-issue’

Eurogroup Working Group President Thomas Wieser told Euractiv Germany that he remains confident the IMF will participate in the Greek bailout programme and that ‘Grexit’ is not even an issue.
Euro & Finance 07-10-2016

Researcher: IMF and World Bank are changing – but not fast enough

The World Bank and the IMF, the two big international financial institutions, have been too slow to embrace change. But they are showing signs of evolving, admitting that austerity is not always the answer, Françoise Nicolas told EURACTIV's partner Ouest-France.
Euro & Finance 09-09-2016

Economist: Distrust rife between Greece and its lenders

Following on from EURACTIV's exclusive interview with Alexis Tsipras, our partner WirtschaftsWoche spoke to Greece expert Jens Bastian about Greek distrust of its donors, Tsipras' political future and how Angela Merkel has made herself popular in the country.
Euro & Finance 29-04-2016

Pittella: Hawks are condemning Greece to death

The IMF and German hawks want the patient dead. And they still want a Grexit. But the Socialists say “Non passerano” [they will not pass], Gianni Pittella, leader of the Socialist and Democrats group in the European Parliament, told Euractiv.com in an exclusive interview.
Global Europe 27-01-2016

Poroshenko aide: Russia is behind the Dutch referendum

Russia is behind the 6 April Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association agreement. But Kyiv is preparing its own campaign in the Netherlands ahead of the poll, Boris Lozhkin, the second most powerful man in Ukraine, told EURACTIV in an exclusive interview. 
Development Policy 06-11-2015

Migration will be win-win for world, finds World Bank report

There is a clear win-win situation for the world, in both the medium and longer term, for more migration to happen, Philip Schellekens told EURACTIV in an exclusive interview on the day the World Bank published its Global Monitoring Report 2015-16.
Euro & Finance 26-06-2015

Stathakis: ‘We have made more reforms in five months than previous governments did in five years’

Giorgos Stathakis, Greece's Minister of Economy, Infrastructure, Shipping and Tourism, spoke to La Tribune about his country's negotiations with its creditors.
Natalie Ann Jaresko is not part of the new cabinet [Georgi Gotev]
Economy & Jobs 16-12-2014

Ukraine finance minister: We paid the West more than we received

Ukraine is a good payer: in the course of 2014 it has received almost 9 billion dollars of credit from the EU and its international partners, the IMF and the USA. However, the country has paid out about 14 billion dollars in debt repayments to honour its commitments, and it needs more help, Natalie Jaresko, Minister of Finance of Ukraine, told EURACTIV in an exclusive interview.
Enlargement 07-01-2010

Ambassador: Romania promotes idea of EU strategy for Roma

The Roma minority issue does not only concern Romania and should be tackled from both a national and a European perspective, Romanian ambassador Laz?r Com?nescu told EURACTIV Germany in an interview.

MEP: ‘We need to reform global governance’

A special European Parliament committee set up to advise the EU on the road to economic recovery should have different priorities to those of the European institutions, its rapporteur insists. The committee needs a long-term view to tackle global imbalances, unemployment and the EU's role in global governance, French Socialist MEP Pervenche Berès told EURACTIV in an interview.
EU Priorities 2020 30-04-2009

Crossick: Obama’s first 100 days didn’t disappoint

US President Barack Obama has already taken substantial steps to improve the United States' relations with its Western partners, seek dialogue with the Muslim world and address hotbeds of tension, Stanley Crossick, the founding chairman of European Policy Centre, told EURACTIV in an interview.
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